Football is a game of opinions.
Depending on which section of the Arsenal supporter fanbase you listen to, Arsene Wenger is either a genius or a madman. Once heralded as unquestionably the greatest manager in the club's history, the Frenchman has now become a divisive figure.
In an attempt to arrive at some degree of objectivity, this article charts the various highs and lows of Wenger's time with Arsenal.
Unsurprisingly, his spell in English football can be divided into two main parts: the fist littered with silverware; the second bereft of trophies.