Wenger returns

Wenger returns

Arsene Wnenger is planning on to resume his work in football sphere after the resignation in Spring this year from Arsenal London. The French manager announced his return from retirement from January next year already.

Arsene Wenger worked as Arsenal head coach for 22 years. The Frenchman won the English Cup seven times and the Super Cup seven times and also became the EPL winner three times together with the Gunners. Whereas thanks to Wenger, there is the EPL Golden Cup in Arsenal museum for a triumph in the English Championship without a single loss in 2003/2004 season. Two years after winning the trophy, Arsene took the Gunners to the Champions League final, where the London club lost minimally to Barcelona.

One can talk for hours about Wenger’s qualities as a manager, but this will not change his achievement list. In the last two years of work at Emirates Arsenal’s results got worse, therefore, the club management considered it necessary to make a nice retirement for Wenger. However, only six months later the former Monaco, Arsenal and the Japanese Nagoya Grampus manager wanted to return to football, of which he told in the latest interview to Sky Sports,

“After 22 years at Arsenal, I have a lot of experience on different levels. I receive offers from all over the world. These are also associations, national teams, I can continue career in Japan. I think, I will resume work from 1st of January. I feel rested and ready to start again. But where? I have not decided yet.”

This summer Wenger was matched for the post of the Germany national football team. Bookmakers offered the odds of 12/1 on the Frenchman to lead Bundesteam, however, the local federation left Joachim Low, having extended a contract with him. Wenger said that he does not deny the option of career continuation outside the managerial work, however, we will be able to see Arsene in action again soon.