Merci Arsene: Arsenal Players And Fans Say ‘Au Revoir’ To Wenger With Special Messages Of Gratitude Ahead Of Final Match (Photos)

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Emotions are raw at the Emirates Stadium today ahead of Arsene Wenger’s final game in charge of his beloved Arsenal.

The strong feels began several hours ahead of kick-off against Burnley, when Wenger ventured out into the empty arena for one last private meander before the arrival of the thronging masses…

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As you might expect, the club themselves also laid on a special farewell, with the current squad using their shirts to deliver personal messages of thanks to for the departing Frenchman.

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Supporters were also invited to pay tribute to Wenger via two enormous ‘Merci Arsene’ farewell cards, which were left out in the Emirates concourse for the punters to fill…

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The Gunners have also left a commemorative t-shirt on every seat…

A guard of honour will precede kick-off, with Sean Dyche and the Burnley team also lining up to shake Wenger’s hand before things get underway.

Now, if you’ll excuse Pies, we appear to have got something in our eye.

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  1. Wenger OUT says:

    Great day for everyone at the Emirates !

    • Comfy Chair says:

      Careful what you wish for….maybe a CL defeat at his hands?

      Oh, yeah, you’re going to finish in 6th this year, you tit.

      • Wenger IN says:

        Agreed, like the majority of football fans here’s hoping for the total collapse of Arsenal next season. Don’t blame the short comings of your team on ONE man during a time of financial strain due to building a new stadium. Blame the directors and average players at the club, all of whom couldn’t have been hand selected by Wenger.

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