Arsenal's French manager Arsene Wenger waves to supporters after the English Premier League football match between Arsenal and West Bromwich Albion at the Emirates Stadium in London on May 24, 2015. AFP PHOTO / JUSTIN TALLIS
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Arsene Wenger would love nothing more than to silence his critics by making history when holders Arsenal take on Aston Villa in the FA Cup final Saturday.Frustrated by Arsenal's failure to win the Premier League since 2004 and their inability to make an impact in the Champions League, even some Gunners fans have turned on Wenger over the last two years.That isn't to say the jibes don't sting Wenger and, after a strong second half of the season saw Arsenal climb to a third place finish in the Premier League, the 65-year-old has an opportunity to further reassert his credentials by retaining the FA Cup.Wenger acknowledged the achievements would be well worth celebrating, but he was keen to keep the focus on ensuring his players don't waste the opportunity to claim only Arsenal's second piece of silverware in 10 years.
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