The Frenchman - who nearly certainly will not manage another English club due to his attachment to Arsenal - was visibly emotional as he held his first press conference since announcing he is leaving the club after 22 years at the end of the season.
He insisted that every decision - good and bad - had been for the good of the side, and that when the fans were happy, he was too. "I don't know how well I will manage without that".
The Frenchman declined to explain in full why had chosen to break his contract, stating that he would wait until he had left the club, but he also spoke at length for the first time about the bitter divisions that have been created among Arsenal's fanbase. Before that, Nacho Monreal netted in the 51st minute to put Arsenal ahead only for West Ham to equalize through Marko Arnautovic. "I don't want to make excuses, we weren't quite at it", Ramsey told Sky Sports.
"Personally I believe this club is respected all over the world, much more than in England". West Ham now sits in 14th place in the table with just 35 points from 33 games.
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"If you speak about emotions that will certainly be emotionally hard", said Wenger. Since then however, they have failed to win the league title.
Arsenal's only route back into the Champions League next season is blocked by formidable opponents in the form of Atletico Madrid in the semi-finals.
"We are talking about two managers with a strong character and about two winners. for sure we want to try to win this trophy", Conte said. It doesn't look good on his ankle.
Arsenal have four more Premier League games to come and a maximum of three matches in the Europa League, which is their last remaining hope of earning silverware this term.
Badoo Ndiaye gave Stoke the lead in the 11th minute, via a deflection off the boot of Burnley's Kevin Long - an advantage they seemed comfortable with for the remainder of the first half.