Arsenal to release Lichtsteiner after Edu’s appointment
Arsenal will release Stephan Lichtsteiner this summer having decided not to take up the option of extending his contract for another 12 months. The vastly experienced Switzerland international was the first of five signings made by Unai Emery upon succeeding Arsene Wenger last summer. Lichtsteiner, it was hoped, would represent dependable back-up for Hector Bellerin…
Peace at last between Mourinho and Wenger
Arsene Wenger received the Laureus Lifetime Achievement award on Monday but it was the glowing tribute from the unlikeliest of sources Jose Mourinho that caught the eye.
Arsene Wenger ‘back’ as Premier League Legends beat African Masters 9-4
Arsene Wenger made a brief return to management yesterday when he managed a Premiership Legends team against African Masters in a charity match organised by Petrolex and Kanu Heart Foundation. Tagged the Kanu Cup, the former Arsenal boss took charge of a team comprising Premier League legends - predominantly former Gunners stars - for the…
Liberians divided over Weah honouring former coaches
Liberian football star-turned-president George Weah has won world headlines by conferring his country's top honour on his former boss Arsene Wenger -- but back home, not everyone is happy.
Weah honours former coaches Wenger and LeRoy
Liberian president George Weah will decorate Arsene Wenger and Claude LeRoy, the two French coaches who gave his football career an early boost.
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 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…
Wenger, still in 'shock', sets deadline for future plans
Arsene Wenger admits he is still in shock after the curtain finally came down on his 22-year-reign as Arsenal manager and told The Guardian he will decide by the start of the World Cup as to do next.
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…