FIFA’s Wenger wants offside law changed
FIFA’s head of global development, Arsene Wenger will attempt to make a major change to the offside law, which could end a run of contentious decisions in the game since the introduction of the Video Assistant Referee (VAR).
'Rules are rules' - Wenger has little sympathy for Man City's ban
Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says he has little sympathy for Manchester City over their ban from European competition, especially as he regularly lost some of his best players
Liverpool are ‘on course’ to emulate Arsenal’s Invincibles, says Wenger
Former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger believes Liverpool have developed a fearlessness about them and are ‘on course’ to go the entirety of the Premier League season unbeaten.
Arteta has great future but no top job experience, Wenger tells Arsenal
Spaniard Mikel Arteta, in talks to be the next Arsenal coach, has “no experience” as a manager and will need help, former Gunners manager Arsene Wenger said on Wednesday.
Wenger ‘happy to help’ Ljungberg should Arsenal caretaker manager ask him
Freddie Ljungberg has the backing of Arsene Wenger, his former manager at Arsenal, as he continues his efforts to inject fresh momentum into the club’s season, reports telegraph.co.uk.
FIFA names Arsene Wenger global football development chief
Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger returned to football on Wednesday after being named FIFA's chief of global football development, ending any chance of a move to managerless Bayern Munich. FIFA said the former Arsenal and Monaco coach would be responsible for the growth of the game "for both men and women around the world", and…
Wenger contradicts Bayern's claim they turned him down
Arsene Wenger has contradicted a claim by Bayern Munich that they turned him down for the vacant head coach's job and accused the defending German champions of a lack of discretion.
No talks with Bayern Munich, says Arsene Wenger
Arsene Wenger has denied rumours that he is in discussions with Bayern Munich to become their new manager. But the former Arsenal boss avoided removing himself from the running. The German champions are looking for a new manager after they sacked Niko Kovac on Sunday, following a 5-1 defeat by Eintracht Frankfurt.