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4 Potential Film Roles for Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger

Ryan BaileyFeatured ColumnistOctober 9, 2013

4 Potential Film Roles for Arsenal Manager Arsene Wenger

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    It is a rare day when Arsene Wenger leaves the puffa jacket at home to spend the night on the red carpet, but the Arsenal manager was snapped at the British Film Institute's inaugural fund-raising gala dinner this week

    Putting in an appearance alongside the likes of Sienna Miller and Ray Winstone, the Frenchman showed himself to be a supporter of the BFI.

    This got us thinking: What if Wenger was a movie star in his own right?

    Here are some of the films in which he might take a starring role...

Le Nutty Professeur

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    Grossly overweight Professor Arsene Wenger invents a special chemical that helps him lose weight and earn Champions League football for 16 consecutive seasons. 

Wenger Management

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    Jack Nicholson and Adam Sandler play businessmen hired by Arsenal who try to persuade Wenger to spend money. Everyone shouts at each other for 90 minutes. No money is spent. 

The French Connection

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    Arsene Wenger is a loveable rogue cop in the NYC Narcotics Bureau, who stumbles upon a drug-smuggling ring with a very special leader.  

Young Gunners

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    A group of Young Gunners, led by Theo The Kid, become deputies to avenge the murder of Wild West rancher Stan Kroenke. 


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