Arteta reveals some unknown things about Wenger after Frenchman goes in PL Hall Of Fame
The Premier League on Wednesday announced that Arsene Wenger had been inducted into the hall of fame and Mikel Arteta has spoken out on his former boss.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has spoken out about his former boss Arsene Wenger, who was recently inducted into the Premier League Hall of Fame alongside Sir Alex Ferguson. Arteta, who played under Wenger at Arsenal from 2011 to 2016, praised the Frenchman for his impact on English football and his influence on the game as a whole.
Arteta described how he had always dreamed of playing for Arsenal because of the way Wenger’s teams played. He said that every player wanted to play for Arsenal because of the attractive style of football that Wenger had instilled in the club. Arteta also spoke about how much he had learned from Wenger during his time at Arsenal.
Wenger is widely regarded as one of the greatest managers in English football history, having won three Premier League titles and seven FA Cups during his 22-year tenure at Arsenal. Arteta praised Wenger for taking English football to a different level and challenging it to open its doors to foreign players.
Arteta also spoke about Wenger’s vision as a coach and how he had influenced world football. He said that Wenger had a wider vision than any other manager at the time and that he had been a phenomenal influence on the game. Arteta believes that England and the Premier League owe a debt of gratitude to Wenger for what he has done for English football.
“I think he took English football to a different level and challenged it to open its doors for many other foreigners to come and join the league to make it better.” Mikel Arteta told Arsenal Media.
“The way he spoke, what he transmitted as a coach, the way his teams played; I think he’s been a phenomenal influence in world football. He had a vision that was much wider than any other manager had at the time. I think England and the Premier League have to be very grateful forever to this man.”
Wenger’s induction into the Premier League Hall of Fame is a fitting tribute to one of the greatest managers in English football history. His impact on Arsenal and English football cannot be overstated, and his legacy will continue to be felt for many years to come.
Arteta’s comments about Wenger are a reminder of just how much respect and admiration he commands within the game. As a former player under Wenger, Arteta is well placed to comment on his impact on Arsenal and English football, and his words are sure to resonate with fans around the world.
In conclusion, Arsene Wenger’s induction into the Premier League Hall of Fame is a testament to his incredible achievements as a manager. His impact on English football and the game as a whole cannot be overstated, and his legacy will continue to inspire future generations of players and managers for many years to come.
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