The Blues were crowned Premier League champions earlier this month.
In the midst of those protests, the club endured a turbulent spell as Arsenal crashed out of the Champions League following a 10-2 aggregate defeat to Bayern Munich in February and suffered crushing away defeats against Liverpool, West Brom and Crystal Palace.
A controversial Alexis Sanchez goal opened proceedings, with referee Anthony Taylor over-ruling an offside decision having missed a handball from the Chilean in the build-up.
Conte was offering a defence for the player, who was shown the red card during the Emirates FA Cup final between Chelsea and Arsenal. When asked if he would make a presentation at the board meeting, Wenger replied: "The best presentation?"
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"We are at the end of the season and a lot of players are exhausted and then there is a lot of pressure".
Arsenal will announce the outcome of talks over Arsene Wenger's future tomorrow afternoon amid widespread reports the manager has signed a new two-year contract.
And Wenger insists he drilled into his players that succeeding against Chelsea was more pertinent than what his own future holds.
Wenger added: "Once the game starts and you are a fan, you stand behind the team, that is what I have not accepted this season and I will never accept it".
The Frenchman's future has been one of the talking points of the season, the 67-year-old battling to extend his 21-year reign against a backdrop of supporter unrest.
"I am grateful to have the support of the board and Stan in doing everything we can to win more trophies".
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"I'm in a public job, I accept to be criticised and people don't agree with me", he said.
"I invite you one day to live with me and one thing you can not question is my commitment". If you can not forgive, you can not trust. "I believe there's a difference between being criticised and being treated in a way that human beings don't deserve", he told BBC Sport ahead of the cup final triumph.
"It's absolutely fantastic. I've won a few doubles and I know that when a team is on a high, to break that takes something special". We play for the 99.9 per cent.
"I expect myself to perform at that level every single week", he said.
The club hierarchy are set for a crunch meeting with the French boss on Tuesday - with a decision on Wenger's future already decided. I do want to be a manager. "We go home with a bad taste because of what has happened but for sure we would rather win the Premier League than the FA Cup".
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