Arsène Wenger, OBE (French pronunciation: [aʁsɛn vɛŋ (ɡ) ɛʁ] born 22 October 1949) is a former French football coach. He is the longest-serving coach in the club's history as well as Premier League history, and has led Arsenal to 17 titles from 1996 to 2018. tổng hợp các thông tin thể thao hay ở đây |
Wenger was born in Strassbourg and grew up in Duttlenheim. He was introduced to football from his father, the local club coach. After a modest playing time, in which he appeared in many amateur clubs, Wenger was awarded a diploma by a coach in 1981. After an unsuccessful time at Nancy to the climax The club agreed to let him leave the club in 1987. Wenger coached AS Monaco, the club that won the French championship in 1988. In 1991, he led Monaco to the Coppa Cup. France, but did not win the national title in the following season, and he left the club in 1994. He coached briefly at the Japan National Football League , Nagoya Grampus Eight, won the National Cup and Japan Super Cup.
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In 1996, he became Arsenal manager and two years later won the Premiership and FA Cup. He led Arsenal to the 2000 UEFA Cup Final and the 2001 FA Cup Final. In 2002, he helped Arsenal win the Premier League and won the FA Cup. Arsenal successfully defended the 2003 FA Cup and the following year won the English Premier League and became the first club to experience a unbeaten run after Preston North End, 115 years. before. The team then overshadowed the Premiership record, 42 unbeaten games by Nottingham Forest, and spent another seven innings unbeaten. He brought Arsenal for the first time to the Champions League final, which was in 2006, despite Arsenal losing to Barcelona. In 2012, the club spent 15 consecutive seasons, although they had the worst start to 58 years. During his tenure, Arsenal moved to Emirates Stadium instead of Highbury in 2006.
Nicknamed "Professor" is used by fans and the British media for Wenger's stern appearance. His approach to the game emphasizes attacking psyche, whose purpose is to entertain the viewer on the football field. Wenger's Arsenal have been criticized for being undisciplined, receiving 100 red cards from September 1996 to February 2014, although the team has won the Fair Play Award. In Monaco, Wenger has a reputation for finding young talent, and at Arsenal he is still focused on developing a young talent system, his club developing young players instead of buying Expensive players, who have experience. He was criticized for sticking with his principles, and football experts questioned his ambition to win the title in recent years.
On April 20, 2018 Arsenal's official website confirmed that Arsene Wenger would leave the club at the end of the 2017-18 season after 22 years of sticking to finish his Arsenal career.