I want to be an Arsenal legend - Alex Iwobi
Nigeria's Arsenal star Alex Iwobi said he wishes to reach the greatest height at the club, playing alongside the best players in the world. Iwobi who recently signed a four-year deal at the club spoke to Arsenal website on his journey thus far and ambition at the club he joined at age 6. He said,…
Wenger regrets staying at Arsenal for 22 years
Former Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger, has said that staying at the club for nearly 22 years may have been the biggest mistake of his career.
Wenger considers return to Japan for coaching job
Arsene Wenger is considering a return to Japan to resume his managerial career. The 68-year-old has decided to leave Arsenal after more than two decades. His place is to be taken by former Paris Saint-Germain coach Unai Emery. But Wenger has made it clear that he wants to stay in football. There will be numerous…
Unai Emery succeeds Wenger as Arsenal manager
Unai Emery has been appointed as the new manager of Arsenal, the club announced on Wednesday.
Unai Emery set to be Arsenal Manager
Arsenal are set to announce Unai Emery as their manager in coming days. The London club had prepared to offer Mikel Arteta the job but have had a change in direction after negotiating a deal with Emery. The decision seems hinged on the experience Emery has compared to Manchester City’s assistant manager, though sources claim…
Arteta fits the bill for Arsenal manager, says Wenger
Mikel Arteta has "all of the qualities" required to become Arsenal manager, their legendary former handler Arsene Wenger told Bein Sports. The 36-year-old Spaniard -- who played 150 matches under Wenger at Arsenal -- is imbued with the spirt of the Gunners, added Wenger, although the Frenchman was at pains to say he didn't wish…
Five likely destinations for Arsene Wenger
It took 22 years and 1,235 matches but end to Arsene Wenger’s reign at Arsenal still feels as one without closure. Three league titles, a record seven FA Cups counts for a lot and the impact of Wenger on Arsenal and the Premier League in general is immense.
After 7,895 days and 1,235 games, Wenger bids emotional farewell to Arsenal
Arsene Wenger admitted it was hard to keep his emotions in check as the Arsenal manager brought the curtain down on his 22-year reign with a 1-0 win at Huddersfield on Sunday.After 7,895 days and 1,235 games, it was 'au revoir' to Wenger as the Frenchman took charge of Arsenal for the last time.
Wenger predicts European Super League
Arsene Wenger predicts a European super league will be introduced over the next few years, leading to major changes for the Premier League.