first_imgArsene Wenger says he is unsure if Saturday’s FA Cup final will be his last game as Arsenal boss.The Frenchman insists he will remain in management next season, but has refused to confirm whether that will be with the north London club.Wenger, who has faced protests from fans calling for him to go, is out of contract in the summer and will discuss his future at a board meeting following the Wembley clash with Chelsea.When asked if it will be his last match as Arsenal manager, he replied: “I don’t know. “It will not be my last match because whatever happens I will stay in football.“Would it be a nice farewell? No, what I want is to win the next game. I love to win and I love to do well for my club. I want to win the cup for my club.“It’s not about me, it’s about us winning the trophy and giving everything to achieve it.”Wenger insists winning the FA Cup would be a triumph for Arsenal’s late-season resurgence and not a boost for him personally.“I want to do it just to win the cup because I think the team has redressed very well the situation on the sporting side and it would be a good crowning of what we have done in the last two months,” he said.“They have given so much and now they really want to win something.”His old adversary Sir Alex Ferguson claimed this week the pressure on Wenger was ‘ridiculous’, but the Frenchman admits he is unlikely to match his former rival’s 26 years in charge at Manchester United. Wenger is in his 21st year at Arsenal.“I don’t think I will match him on that front,” Wenger said. “Usually the average life expectancy of a manager is 18 months so our total is quite unusual.” 1last_img

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