10-man Atletico and Arsenal draw in Europa semifinal

10-man Atletico and Arsenal draw in Europa semifinal

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Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone has ruled himself out of Arsenal job and insisted that he is "very happy" at Atletico Madrid.

Arsenal have Mesut Ozil, Jack Wilshere and Petr Cech available for today's Europa League semi-final first leg against Atletico Madrid.

Diego Simeone has led a strong side all season long in both competitions, Champions League and Europa. But they were finally undone by the simplest of goals, Lacazette rising highest at the back post to nod home Wilshere's left-wing cross.

Conte also is at odds with the club's board over their transfer policy and it is unlikely that they will give him a second chance after what has happened this season, especially as they have been harsher on managers before.

Wenger dropped his biggest hint yet that he is not finished in top level management, telling reporters: "I hope these are not my last European cup games-my target is to play in Europe again".

"Barcelona play in the same philosophy as Arsene Wenger the way that they played their football".

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The visitors battened down the hatches with 10 men, but were reliant on Oblak, who Wenger described as "one of the best goalkeepers in the world", to keep them in the tie.

"Tonight we'll see how good they are but we're still in the Wenger years now".

"They've done fantastically well, so I'm sure that one day when the time is right, he'll be a fantastic manager".

"I think the team needs a new direction and mentality based on [being] a little bit more defensive-minded", he said.

Sanchez's career at United might have got off to a slow start, but his performances have improved and his goal against Spurs on Saturday was a timely reminder of what Arsenal have lost.

As momentous as the fall of the Berlin Wall, or the death of John F Kennedy, Wenger's departure comes as a surprise not because the team's results do not warrant it, but because such a move appeared as if it may never happen.

But, according to Spanish publication Sport, he is now leaning towards Chelsea and could make his decision in the next few days.