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There was a quirky statistic doing the rounds last week, as somebody took the time to calculate that since Arsene Wenger last won a trophy some 91 of the 92 league clubs in England had changed their manager.
In a notoriously fickle job, the recent retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson and subsequent appointment of David Moyes at Manchester United left Wenger as a one surviving member...
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has vowed to invest in new players and use this season as a springboard for success.
The Gunners beat Newcastle on the final day to pip rivals Tottenham to fourth spot and secure qualification for next season's UEFA Champions League.
But, with the club's trophyless run extended for another year, Wenger knows he must kick on if he is to satisfy...
Arsene Wenger says he always had faith that Arsenal would qualify for the UEFA Champions League after a 1-0 win at Newcastle United secured fourth spot.
Laurent Koscielny's second-half volley clinched the required win for Arsenal to render Tottenham Hotspur's victory by the same scoreline over Sunderland immaterial.
Earlier in the season, the Gunners trailed Tottenham and...
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has confirmed that the Premier League club are in 'advanced' talks over Auxerre starlet Yaya Sanogo.
The highly-rated striker, 20, has scored nine goals in just 11 league appearances for the Ligue 2 outfit.
He current deal expires this summer and reports in France have claimed that he has shunned offers from a host of clubs in his homeland...
Arsenal 4-1 Wigan
Coach Arsene Wenger reacts:
We can cope with the tension
“It was dramatic because it was a difficult game,” he told Arsenal Player. “We had a good start and then in the final 20 minutes of the first half we didn’t play with enough drive going forward.
“They came back into the game and it was a huge blow for us [when they scored], you could see it affected...
Arsene Wenger could be the next leader of Paris Saint-Germain’s French revolution.
Wenger is reportedly a leading contender to replace Carlo Ancelotti as PSG’s manager. He could leave the Arsenal bench for PSG’s as early as this summer, according to the Telegraph.
“PSG’s most senior figures have been telling members of their circle that Wenger has been persuaded to leave...