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Arsene Wenger says fans did not give ‘image of unity’ he wanted

By Reuters
23 April 2018   |   8:20 am
Arsene Wenger's Arsenal ran out 4-1 winners over London rivals West Ham United in what was the Frenchman's penultimate home Premier League match in charge on Sunday (April 22).

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