Arsène Wenger Biography
(French Former Football Manager and Player)
Birthday: October 22, 1949 (Libra)
Born In: Strasbourg, France
Arsène Wenger is a famous French football manager. He joined the ‘English Premier League’ (EPL) club ‘Arsenal’ as its manager in 1996 and has since become the longest-serving manager of the club. He has helped ‘Arsenal’ ace several tournaments. He is credited with leading his team to more victories than any other ‘EPL’ manager ever. Arsène was born and raised in France and was introduced to football by his father, who was the coach of a local team. Arsène played football in the 1970s but did not have an eventful football career. He acquired his manager’s diploma in 1981. As a manager, he started his career with the French team ‘Nancy’ and then went on to manage ‘AS Monaco.’ He then managed the Japanese team ‘Nagoya Grampus Eight’ for a brief period of time. In 1996, he joined ‘Arsenal,’ and the association brought the ‘EPL’ team significant wins in a number of key competitions. ‘Arsenal’ remained undefeated in the 2004 league season, a feat that had not been achieved by any ‘Premier League’ team in 115 years. In April 2018, speculations about him retiring started doing the rounds. The rumors were later confirmed by Arsène.