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Wenger adamant his "preference" is to stay at Arsenal

12 March 2017

The Gunners were thrashed in each of their two meetings with the Bundesliga title holders, bowing out of the Champions League's round of 16 after a humiliating 10-2 aggregate defeat. "Now we recover good to play another big game on Wednesday". The players didn't let me down, or themselves or the club. "I watched this game three times now and the referee killed the game".

"It was all us in the second half but you have to congratulate Lincoln for what they have achieved in the FA Cup". "That's why I maintained 90 per cent of the players in the starting line-up".

Lincoln are now top of the National League and proved worthy adversaries in the first half as it took 45 minutes for Theo Walcott to break the deadlock.

Add to that Anthony Taylor awarding Burnley a penalty in their Premier League game at Swansea last weekend despite the ball clearly hitting the arm of a visiting player and the call for technology has increased in volume.

"How long? I don't know at the moment". "It was like he had 15 players on the pitch in the second half", he said.

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Non league side Lincoln had made history by becoming the first side from outside the Football League to make the last-eight of the tournament for over a century. We were there from the first minute.

"The key for us is to learn from this".

"I didn't want to gamble today because I knew that it was very important to win the game and I felt as well that the team had performed well against Bayern and I wanted to give them a chance to find their confidence back by winning the next game".

The protests against Arsene Wenger's reign at Arsenal show no signs of abating but after booking another FA Cup date at Wembley on Saturday, the manager at the eye of the storm was adamant that his "preference" was still to stay at the club.

"It's no disgrace, we've brought 9,000 fans here against a world-class side, and I think the lads have done themselves justice".

Wenger adamant his