Arsène Charles Ernest Wenger OBE, a former player and manager of French football who was born on October 22 1949 is currently the FIFA’s Chief of Global Football Development. He serve as Arsenal’s manager for the longest and most successful period in club history from 1996 to 2018. With modifications to scouting, player conditioning, and diet plans, he improve English football. Revitalis Arsenal, and contribute to the 21st century globalisation of the game.
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Wenger was introduce to football by his father, who is the head coach of the neighbourhood team. Wenger was born in Strasbourg. And rear in Duttlenheim in a family of business owners. Wenger had a brief playing career and play for a number of amateur clubs before earning a manager’s licence.
In 1981, Wenger earn a management degree. Wenger joined Monaco in 1988 after a fruitless stint at Nancy in 1987 the team won the league title that year. Wenger led Monaco to the Coupe de France title in 1991. He relocat to Japan in 1995 to take over as coach of Nagoya Grampus Eight. Who went on to win the Emperor’s Cup and Japanese Super Cup in his first and only season.
When Wenger was appoint Arsenal’s manager in 1996. Neither his players nor the English media show any enthusiasm for the appointment. He become the first non English manager to win both the Premier League and FA Cup in 1998. Wenger won his third league championship in 2004 after leading Arsenal to another league and cup double in 2002.
which distinguish itself as he led his team to the first undefeat domestic league season in English football. A feat accomplish 115 years earlier by Preston North End. Later, Arsenal surpass Nottingham Forest’s mark of 42 league games without a loss and last seven more games before falling short in October 2004. In 2006, the club compete in a Champions League final for the first time under him, however they were defeat by Barcelona. In order to cover costs, Wenger prioritis the club’s finances in his second decade and manage Arsenal’s move to the Emirates Stadium. This was concurrent with a nine year trophy less stretch before Wenger led Arsenal to additional FA Cup victories in the 2010. He currently holds the record for the most victories in the competition with seven.