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Arsene Wenger to ignore his Arsenal future and focus on final Premier League match

Daily Star Friday, 19 May 2017
Arsene Wenger to ignore his Arsenal future and focus on final Premier League matchARSENE WENGER will forget all about his future one more time tomorrow – even though it could be his last game at the Emirates.
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Arsenal face Everton in their final Premier League match of the season, where a win and other result going their way could see them finish in the Champions League places.

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