Arsene’s 20th anniversary – the best of the press


On 1 October Arsene Wenger will celebrate his 20th anniversary in charge of Arsenal. Over the course of the last 10

Over the course of the last 10 days, there’s been a number of fantastic articles written about his time in charge of the club…so you don’t miss out, we thought we’d link to them here.


The Guardian’s Ed Arons – “Twenty years of Wenger: where are the Arsenal manager’s rivals from 1996 now?”

Amy Lawrence on top form – “Arsène Wenger: 20 years at Arsenal – an incredible journey of joy and frustration”

Arsène Wenger’s 20 years at Arsenal – in pictures and his own words

The Guardian’s Barney Ronay – “Arsène Wenger should have won more but English football owes him a lot”

David Dein and Pat Rice talk to The Times’ Oliver Kay – “20 years on, how visionary Wenger transformed Arsenal”

Cartoon satirist David Squires on “Arsène Wenger’s 20 years at Arsenal”

The Telegraph’s Jeremy Wison – “Meet the other Wenger – Arsene’s brother reveals the Arsenal manager’s untold story”

Fever Pitch author Nick Hornby for ESPN – “Arsene Wenger’s early success at Arsenal excuses his years of failure”

Can you name every player to score for Arsenal during Wenger’s reign? Try here. 

“The Wenger Revolution, Twenty Years of Arsenal” – a new book by Amy Lawrence and Arsenal photographer Stuart MacFarlane.

Hungry for more?

Here’s The Goonerholic in majestic full flow – “Twenty isn’t plenty”

And finally, our take on the top 20 moments of Arsene’s 20 years. 

If you’ve come across any other articles that we’ve neglected to mention, please do share them in the comment section below. 

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