Arsene Wenger has made a shocking admission, as he thinks he made a mistake by staying at Arsenal for so long!
Wenger made a shocking revelation.
You could say that modern Arsenal was “made” by Arsene Wenger.
A club went from a middle table, to winning championships and playing regularly in Champions League.
The first part of Arsene’s stint at Arsenal was full of trophies and success, but the other half wasn’t.
Frankly, the other half of Wenger’s time at Arsenal was marred by injuries, failures and Wenger Out brigade.
Its true that the Frenchman still brought in 3 FA Cups, but that wasn’t enough for the fans, who wanted Premier League, or Champions League titles.
Wenger finally “threw in a towel” and decided to end the whole thing just before the end of the season.
Emery has come on board and Wenger seems like a distant memory, despite his official departure being only a couple of months old.
Now that the World Cup has ended, Wenger decided to speak up for France’s radio station RTL.
“[my biggest mistake is] perhaps staying at the same club for 22 years. I’m someone who likes to move around a lot, but I also like a challenge. I’ve been a prisoner of my own challenge at times.”
This is quite shocking revelation from Arsene, who’s (probably) biggest achievement of them all is staying at Arsenal for 22 years. This shows you that Wenger wasn’t all that happy and secured in his job at Arsenal.
“Staying at the same club for 22 years.”
There are always going to be questions mark over the length of his stint at the club. Some say that he should have gone long ago, while others think he should still be at the club.
Arsene Wenger’s knowledge of the game is phenomenal, what a man!🙌🏻 pic.twitter.com/e6tIjBp9zT
— TheArseneView (@TheArseneView) July 12, 2018
In any way you look at things, Wenger helped in building Arsenal to be one of the most known and richest football clubs in the World.
He did a lot more than winning trophies, as Arsenal is one of the rare clubs that doesn’t need a rich owner to stay competitive.
Was this lengthy stay really a mistake? It could have been for Wenger, but not Arsenal!