NLD: Arsenal Recaptured Some Of Arsene Wenger's Footballing Identity After His Departure 5 Years Ago
Arsenal's performance against Tottenham Hotspur yesterday is worthy of its place in the history books. The Gunners came out guns blazing and delivers a scintillating performance meant for the stars. The Gunners raced into a 3-0 lead courtesy of goals from Emile Smith Rowe in the 12th minute, Pierre Emerick Aubameyang in the 27th minute and Bukayo Saka in the 34th minute before Son Heung-Min pulled one goal back for Spurs in the 79th minute.
Arsenal is often regarded as one of the greatest club in football history. They are also among the most successful clubs in the premier league. Arsenal have won different titles since the club was founded including the Premier league, Community Shield, FA Cup and other major trophies.
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Arsenal played against Burnley FC yesterday in the fifth game-week of the new Premier League season. The game was played at the Burnley FC Turf Moor Stadium and ended in a 1-0 victory for the Gunners. After winning their first game of the season last weekend against Norwich City, the Gunners were eager to make it successive wins against Burnley FC and would be happy to have achieved their objective.
Arsene Wenger's legacy in the football world is huge. He is the true definition of a legendary person. A legend is someone whose impact in words or actions are felt for a very long time. Arsene Wenger served as Arsenal manager for 22 years thus making him one of the few managers to have spent 2 decades at a single club in their careers.
In the 2003/2004 season legendary former Arsenal manager assembled a squad so talented that they went an entire season without getting defeated, the team played 38 games drawing 12 and winning 26 of those games. Back then Arsene Wenger had a very strong squad at his disposal and a 4-4-2 formation enabled him to win trophies, the team had the likes of Lehmann in goal, the defensive backline was solid too with Ashley Cole, Sol Campbell, Kolo Toure and Lauren.
Arsenal FC has failed to reach the UEFA Champions League since the 2016/2017 season which was the last year of Arsene Wenger. They have played in the Europa League on two occasions during that period losing out in the finals and semi-finals respectively. In the UEFA Champions League, many believe that Arsenal is the weakest of all the teams from England participating in the tournament due to their heavy defeats against other European clubs.
No one can doubt the legendary status that Frenchman Arsene Wenger enjoys at Arsenal. This is due to the achievements and impact he had while he was manager of the club. Arsene Wenger spent 22 years as Arsenal manager and won many trophies during his tenure. This includes the invincibles season when Arsenal won the Premier League title without losing a single game throughout the season.
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Arsene Wenger's tenure as Arsenal manager was a blessing for both parties. The Frenchman arrived at Arsenal in 1996 from Japanese club Nagoya Grampus Eight after winning some trophies in the Japanese league. Spending a total of 22 years at Arsenal, no one can doubt the fact that Arsene Wenger is a legendary figure not only at the club but in the football world generally.
Legendary figures like Arsene Wenger are not quite easily forgotten. Their impacts in words or actions are felt for quite a long time. Arsene Wenger stepped down as Arsenal manager in 2018 after spending 22 years at the club. He is one of the few managers to have won a league title unbeaten hence his Invincible nickname.
Since Roman Abramovich became the owner of Chelsea Football club 18 years ago, the club has been able to record tremendous success in the English premier league and in the European continent generally. Prior to Roman Abramovich's era, Chelsea had little or no success whatsoever to boast of.The West London club haven't won the English premier league title in 50 years before they eventually won it in grand style at the end of the 2004/05 season which was Roman Abramovich's second season as Chelsea owner.
In football, when you want to judge a good football manager you have to know how his previous team's performance was like during the game. Arsene Wenger should be put into consideration as one of the most prolific football managers in the world if not the best.
Arsenal football club is a legendary English club that has won a lot of trophies especially during the regime of Frenchman, Arsene Wenger. The club went through the 2003/2004 season undefeated and thus earned themselves the nickname 'The Invincibles', becoming the first ever premier league side to do so.
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Not so managers have had the opportunity of inflicting defeat on Pep Guardiola and his team. Since his early days as a young coach in Barcelona, he has always been blessed and opportuned to work with high quality and world-class players. The quality of his players coupled his managerial skills has seen him played against great managers like Sir Alex Ferguson, Arsene Wenger, Jose Mourinho and he absolutely destroyed their teams.
There is no doubt about the legendary status Arsene Wenger is in the football world. A bigger legend he is among the Arsenal faithful. His actions and words are felt positively throughout the club for a long time. Arsene Wenger won many trophies during his tenure as Arsenal manager and that includes the famous Invincibles season when Arsenal won the premier league title without losing a single game throughout the season.
Many Football devotees still has a clear and unequivocal memory about the embarrassment and one of the greatest humiliation in the history of European Football that Bayern Munich meted on Arsenal in 2017. A lot of people that wasn't an avid Lover of football at that time or those that wasn't mature enough to understood the event when it happened has grown up to learn about the embarrassing event that took place 4 years ago.
Over the years, former Arsenal and Manchester United managers Arsene Wenger and Sir Alex Ferguson have been tipped by football fans and sports analysts as two of the best English Premier League managers of all time based on their performance while coaching their respective teams. The article states how Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger's stats in the EPL look from 1996 to 2013.
After Arsene Wenger became the longest serving manager in Premier League history, we take a look at the other bosses who make up the top five. Rafael Benitez, Liverpool (August 2004-June 2010) Rafa Benitez arrived at Liverpool on the back of a La Liga and UEFA Cup double with Valencia.
Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes his former team will recover from their dismal start in the Premier League under Mikel Arteta. The Gunners dropped to the bottom of the Premier League table after losing their first three games of the new season to Brentford, Chelsea, and Manchester City.
Arsenal scored their first Premier League victory this season against Norwich City on Saturday. Arteta praised the fans after Arsenal's victory. The legendary Arsenal coach Wenger expressed his views on the club’s difficult start to the new season, admitting that “this is a sensitive topic.” The Gunners lost in the first three games of the season, but in Saturday's game.