Arsene Wenger answered Arsenal’s question
Arsene Wenger spent 22 years at the helm of Arsenal before leaving in 2018 and has no intention of repeating those steps.
Arsene Wenger is just a fan at the moment.
The Frenchman ruled out any chance of taking an SOS call from the Gunners, with the legendary former Arsenal boss claiming to be just a fan of the club, to which he dedicated 22 years of his life between 1996 and 2018. The changes to the dugout at Emirates Stadium are given on the back of a pointless start to the 2021-22 Premier League campaign from Arteta’s troops. The well-built team continues to underperform, with similar challenges stretching out into the end of Arsene Wenger’s term, but the hope is that £ 145m in summer spending will help turn the fortune.
Asked if he might be tempted to return to north London, Arsene Wenger, who is now FIFA’s head of global football development, said he was 71. According to Wenger, he gave the club the best years of his life. The 71-year-old also said the club is in good shape today. They’ve had two tough games, the team has potential and Wenger hopes they can come back. At the moment, Wenger is just a fan.
Arsene Wenger’s achievement at Arsenal
The iconic Frenchman was an unknown relative when he was appointed by Arsenal to succeed Bruce Rioch in the fall of 1996. He quickly appeared before a global football audience, with a stellar side gathered in north London. Arsene Wenger will oversee three Premier League title triumphs during his reign, including the fabulous success of the 2003-04 Invincibles, while enjoying seven FA Cup triumphs.
Arsene Wenger left as the Gunners popped out of the top four, with a clear path for Unai Emery and eventually Mikel Arteta to fill the most demanding roles. Arsene Wenger took over 1235 games as the Gunners’ manager, winning 707 of them and suffering just 248 losses.