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How Arsene Wenger changed the Premier League … and then dropped the ball - The Conversation UK

When Arsene Wenger was named as the new manager of Arsenal FC in September 1996, English football was in a period of transition. The 1989 Hillsborough disaster had led to a transformation of the grounds and treatment of supporters, and the arrival of ...and more »

Arsenal unlikely to replace Arsene Wenger with a British manager, says Sean Dyche - The Independent

Burnley manager Sean Dyche does not anticipate Arsenal hiring a British boss as Arsene Wenger's successor if the Frenchman decides to leave this summer. Former Gunners midfielder Paul Merson suggested at the weekend that Dyche should be a candidate to ...and more »

Ivan Gazidis sends clear message over Arsene Wenger's future as Arsenal chief meets supporters - Mirror.co.uk

Arsene Wenger will have to agree to this summer being a “catalyst for change.” That was the clear message from Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis about Wenger's future at a supporters' meeting on Sunday lunchtime. Mirror Sport understands that the ...and more »

Arsene Wenger vs Pep Guardiola head-to-head - the pair's record ahead of Arsenal vs Manchester City - Mirror.co.uk

Arsene Wenger will take on Pep Guardiola as managers for the 10th time when Manchester City visit Arsenal today. City boss Guardiola got the better of his French rival when the two sides met in December - when Leroy Sane and Raheem Sterling got the ...and more »

Arsenal 2-2 Manchester City: Shkodran Mustafi header grabs point in Emirates thriller - 5 things we learned - Mirror.co.uk

Under-fire Arsene Wenger saw his Arsenal side rescue an unlikely point from Manchester City on a dramatic afternoon at the Emirates. Hundreds of fans gathered outside the stadium prior to kick-off to protest against the Frenchman's running of the club ...and more »

Arsenal 2-2 Manchester City RECAP after Shkodran Mustafi earned the Gunners a share of the points - Mirror.co.uk

Leroy Sane made the most of some dismal organisation at the heart of the Arsenal defence to run clean through on David Ospina's goal and put Manchester City into an early lead. But in a frenetic and untidy affair, Theo Walcott scored for the hosts five ...and more »

Arsene Wenger insists he can take Arsenal forward as fans protest against him at the training ground - Daily Mail

Despite protests outside the training ground, Arsene Wenger again insisted that he is the right man to lead Arsenal and, in contrast to fan opinion, quoted Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola's comment that 'fourth place is a trophy.' Two Arsenal ...and more »

Sean Dyche is wrong. He's not in the running for the Arsenal job because he's crap, not because he's English - New Statesman

Sean Dyche, the Burnley manager, has responded to suggestions that he should replace Arsène Wenger at Arsenal by saying that it is “highly unlikely”. And he's right. When Wenger arrived at Arsenal he had been in management for 12 years and in coaching ...and more »

Arsene Wenger must become 'catalyst for change' if he stays, warns Arsenal chief Ivan Gazidis - The Independent

Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis told a supporters' meeting on Sunday afternoon that Arsene Wenger has not yet signed a contract extension, and that any decision will be “mutual", while stating that the manager must become a “catalyst for change ...and more »

Arsene Wenger's backroom team face the axe in summer shake-up even if Arsenal boss decides to stay on - Daily Mail

Arsene Wenger's backroom team are increasingly worried about their futures amid plans to overhaul Arsenal's structure. The hierarchy intend to make a number of behind-the-scenes changes regardless of whether Wenger signs a new two-year contract this ...and more »