Chinese gun fans farewell Wenger: 5302 miles, just to say thank you.

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 Chinese gun fans farewell Wenger: 5302 miles, just to say thank you.


Arsenals 5-0 victory over Burnley was Wengers farewell battle at home. After the end of the game, the Arsenal official arranged a return ceremony. The team and club staff wore a special commemorative shirt in the dressing room channel. First, Captain Mertesacer came to the center of the court and clapped the fans to say good-bye. Then it was Wengers farewell ceremony. Two club hosts are in the first place. Arsenal legendary goalkeeper Bob Wilson, as the site director, represents Wenger for his 22 years of outstanding contribution, calling on all fans to give Wenger the highest level of praise and welcome, and the club has prepared a special gold medal for Wenger as a gift to Wenger. Gifts. The fans in the chieftain stadium sing only one Wenger, and Wenger is stepping into the stadium under the spotlight. Two balloons were raised in the presence of the clubs staff, and there was a line in which each person took a word to spell a slogan, each with the same slogan, MerciArs e ne (thanks to aRNA), and cruising around the court on the court. Wenger and Wilson waited for the trophy to be lifted up after hugging, and then raised their hands to the corners of the stands. All the fans were also singing in chorus. The scene was so warm and sad that there seemed to be a big man with tears on the stand, and the most legendary coach in the history of the club said goodbye. In the stands, there were also many Chinese fans coming from far away. One of the Beijing fans came up with a slogan: 5302 miles, just to say thank you. Wenger made a speech at the scene, and then he waved farewell to the Emirates Stadium. The Arsenal players went into the center of the stadium and shook hands with the professors. Cassola Monreal and others hugged the teacher. The players said goodbye to the teacher one by one. Wenger also joined his disciples to take a picture of the family. At the end of the week, Wenger waved away from all the stands. He threw his red tie into the stand and gave it to a small Arsenal fan. A legend in North London finally came to an end, in the warmest way.