One year before the end of his contract with Arsenal, Arsene Wenger announced that at the end of this year’s season he is leaving the English team. The Alsace coach was not one or even five years at the wheel of the cannibals. It’s 22 consecutive years. When he was taken from Japan by David Dein – sometimes Arsenal’s strong man – and instructed him technically, he laid the foundations for creating a wonderful team that every well-thought-out fan enjoyed enjoying.
Of course many trophies and Europeans did not get. He came once in the Champions League final but lost to Barcelona, as he also lost to a Cup final from Galatasaray (in the penalty shootout).
Arsene Wenger took over the North London team on October 1, 1996. He replaced the British, Bruce Rioch. Arsenal has turned into a great team with many virtues. Alsace was primarily innovative because he transformed the English team into a club that admired the style of play. Under his direction, Arsenal won fans at all the latitudes and backs of the world. She had imagination in her game.
Her footballers, who he cared for and either discovered or bought, showed signs of incredible talent. He gave the opportunity to footballers who had typically … disappeared to make a new restart and write their own special story. Both the Dutch, Bergamo and the French, Thierry Henry, under the guidance of Wenger, managed and unleashed their great talent, and the fancy crowd set them free. After all, who can forget their disappointing experiences with the two players in Inter and Juventus? You do!
Of course, the Alsace was not a troop collector, probably not there, and it is his great weakness. But who can criticize him since Arsenal has fun with him and has won millions of fans around the world. An advantage that remains in his favor and of course we should not forget that despite the great financial difficulties he kept the club always among the top four Premier.
Wenger, was the first to defend Financial Fair Play before UEFA even adopted it. He was direct to Chelsea, Manchester City and Real Madrid for «financial doping» through the policy they followed, and their spending exceeded their revenues. Arsene then called him a philosopher who, by his own actions and moves, convinced Arsenal’s players to build their new Emirates stadium without even incurring the budget of the club.
In September 2011, he had anticipated the benefit that the sport would derive from the monetary crisis in the Eurozone, by revising its values and values.
Wenger is already the longest in her history, in her technical leadership, as she surpassed her 20-year-old worker. Meanwhile, Arsenal became an undefeated England champion in the 2003-04 season (49 games without a defeat). It also led to three league tournaments (1997-98, 2001-02, 2003-04), 7 Cups of England (1998, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2014, 2015, 2017) and 7 League Cup (1998, 1999, 2002 , 2004, 2014, 2015, 2017).
Of course at some point their relationship with a large portion of fans has suffered irreparable damage as they demanded urgent titles and expensive transfers.
Wenger, meanwhile, revealed that it was not his decision to leave Arsenal at the end of this year’s season, as he has a contract with her for a year. So he was pressured by higher ranks.
In any case, his work is amazing, he may have offered more than Ferguson in Manchester United if we see the big picture …
Now the issue is who the management will entrust to the «steering wheel» of the club and this is not easy. Candidates are French, Patrick Beira, who may have the most chances after having been a footballer and knows faces and things.
The Spaniard, Luis Enrique, his compatriot, Mikel Arteta (also played Arsenal), Thierry Henry (particularly dear to his fans), Dennis Bergkamp and Brendan Rogers, Howie and Roberto Martinez.
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