Arsene Wenger announced his decision to step down as Arsenal manager at the end of this season which ends in a few weeks from now.
The gunners welcome Burnley today at the Emirates Stadium and it will be Wenger’s last match at the Emirates Stadium as an Arsenal manager since the other remaining matches will be away from their home stadium so it will be an emotional match for the departing manager.
Arsene Wenger’s final programme notes have been revealed and the manager says that what he will miss is the competition in this job he had;
“What I will miss most about this job is the competition itself.” said Wenger.
“The collective feeling, the sharing of emotions with people you work on a daily basis. The desire to feel something together and the target you always have in front of you.”
The manager has spent 22 years as a manager of the gunners and has helped them three English Premier League trophies but his success ended after the invincible season where the Arsenal squad went the whole season un beaten.
So the gunners have failed to win the Premier League ever since 2004 and Wenger has faced a lot of criticism in all those years but he finally called it quits this season after many considerations with the club according to him.
News2 days ago
Arsenal appear to have dodged a bullet by not signing £70m man
News2 days ago
Jack Wilshere set for Arsenal return as Mikel Arteta gives his approval
News1 day ago
Arsenal trio nominated for coveted golden boy award
News8 hours ago
Predicted Arsenal lineup to face Burnley as Thomas Partey returns