Arsene Wenger insists he's 'not scared' by the increasing fan unrest at Arsenal

An increasing number of fans have protested against him in recent weeks with a small group even arriving outside the club’s London Colney training base on Tuesday morning

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Arsene Wenger insists he is “not scared” by the increasing supporter unrest at Arsenal.

The Gunners manager is facing calls to walk away this summer after a miserable run of form that has seen the club exit the Champions League and fall off the pace in the race for the top four.

An increasing number of fans have protested against him in recent weeks with a small group even arriving outside the club’s London Colney training base on Tuesday morning.

But Wenger remains unflustered and reiterated that he will make an announcement on his future soon.

“I have answered that question many times,” he said when quizzed at his weekly press conference. “You ask again. Don’t worry, you will get that [answer] soon.”

He added: “Honestly, I am professional and when you are professional you perform in ideal conditions and non-ideal conditions.

“I love to win football games. I just focus on that. I work for my club with honesty and integrity. 

“I am not scared. I accept the judgement of people and focus on the game. That’s it.” 

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