Whether you’re a fan of Arsène Wenger or not, no one can doubt what he has done for Arsenal Football Club. Take a look back on Arsène’s memorable journey through the good times and the bad. More is undoubtedly to come in what is likely to be Arsène’s last years at the Club.
Arsène took over as manager during the ‘Boring Boring Arsenal’ days of the 90’s. He revolutionised the players diets and training sessions and propelled Arsenal to the next level in English football. His first silverware came with a domestic ‘double’ in 1997/98, a feat matched in 2001/02. He then guided the team to a remarkable unbeaten league title – the only one achieved in the modern era – in 2003/04. In addition, there have been four more FA Cup wins during his reign and a Champions League final appearance in 2006.
He played a big part in the conception and design of the Emirates Stadium and the Training Ground at London Colney. Arsène has stamped his own brand of attacking football on the club, and is also renowned for developing young and unknown talent, bringing the best out of each player under his management.
After the infamous 9 year trophy drought, Arsenal won the FA Cup in back to back seasons between 2014 and 2015. Many agree that Arsène is now building a strong squad to challenge for the Premier League title. He has now surpassed 1,000 games in charge to become the longest serving manager in the clubs long history.
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