Date: 20th April 2018 at 10:49am
Written by:

will end his 22-year tenure at Arsenal football club at the end of the season.

The Frenchman was appointed manager back in 1996 and has won 10 major trophies including three titles and seven Cups.

The 68-year-old revolutionised not on Arsenal football club but the English game in whole when he arrived from Japan with his slick style of play, training techniques and dietary programs.

Arguably, Wenger’s greatest achievement as Arsenal manager came in the 2003/04 where he guided his side through the entire season undefeated (26 wins, 12 draws, 0 losses) thus being branded ‘The ’.

However, Wenger has come under much scrutiny in the past number of years from sections of the faithful for his failure to reach the heights he once did which may have been taken into consideration when making his decision to leave the club at the end of the season.

Wenger’s imminent departure means a new chapter for Arsenal football club and perhaps hierarchy already have a replacement lined up.