Charting Arsene Wenger's Rise and Fall at Arsenal

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Charting Arsene Wenger's Rise and Fall at Arsenal
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Arsene Wenger's First EPL Win at Arsenal

Once upon a time, Arsene Wenger was Invincible at Arsenal. The club's most successful and longest-serving manager, having led the Gunners to 11 honours between 1996 and 2005, is now under intense pressure. The reason for this aggravation, mostly from his own supporters, is Arsenal's barren run over the last eight seasons. 

Le Prof is now in his 17th season with the Gunners, and there is little doubt he deserves his place in the pantheon of the game's great managers. Not only has he won two doubles, in 1998-99 and 2001-02, and guided his team to an unbeaten season, in 2003-04, he has also changed the very shape, style and philosophy of the English game.

Here, I look at the highs and lows of Arsene Wenger during his tenure at Arsenal FC.

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