And the former Spain worldwide believes Wenger’s successor will find it hard to replicate the achievements of the 68-year-old.
The sentiments expressed in the skies on Sunday were a far cry from those calling for Wenger to leave that were seen overhead during Arsenal’s win away to Stoke City last season.
Many fans have spent the past year or two on his back – and longer in some cases, with the club failing to win the Premier League since 2003-04. “At the time I thought we were a bit too ambitious with 60,000 but at the end of the day it worked”, he said. Arsene had set up base there after arriving in England. My way was Totteridge to London Colney.
“But I would say personally from 2006 to 2015 it was the period where I needed to be the strongest and did the best job”.
“His ideas were fascinating”.
“I will stay in football for sure”.
‘A project that makes sense, with potential, which has the means to match its ambition as well, for me, at my age, I can no longer work for another 20 years, ‘ said the Frenchman. We went to a League Cup final, the semi-final of the Europa League where we should have qualified, and at home we had a fantastic season.
Arsene Wenger looked to the future, speculating on the subject the idea of a continental “super league” – an idea he called “the next step” for top level football.
Arsenal fans paid tribute to Wenger.
“It would be very memorable to give him that final victory for his last game”. Kane goes into a game against a side he played for on loan three goals behind Mo Salah.
ArArsenal manage Arsene Wenger wishes to visit India.
It was as heartening as it was moving and their magnamous gesture should be applauded by every Arsenal fan.
“So they might have to sell players to get more financial supply”. “You never know in football”, he said. It will always be special for me. I had fantastic human experiences at the club, above the results.
“When we built our stadium a £10million player was huge”. City may be the most prolific goalscorers the Premier League has seen but, while he is getting pilloried by all and sundry at former club Stoke, Mark Hughes has tightened the ship at home. The only teams with a worse record in Premier League history are Derby County (22 games in 2007-08) and Leeds United (21 in 1996-97). “Arsene will be sorely missed”.