Wenger Admits To Being A 'Prisoner Of His Own Challenge' At Arsenal

Doug Mendoza
July 22, 2018

"I think the coaching staff have the chance to speak to certain people as well about the way pre-season has been going, what is expected, what they would like you to improve or not to do".

Having won three Premier League titles and the FA Cup on seven occasions, among other honours, with the Gunners, Wenger's next destination remains unknown. "I've neglected my family, I've neglected many people close to me", he said.

When asked by French radio network RTL what the biggest mistake of his career has been, Wenger replied: "Perhaps staying at the same club for 22 years. That is the question I need to answer in the next 2-3 months".

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"I am always cautious as to when a goalkeeper comes into the Premier League because it takes them a little while to get used to it".

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Neglecting his private life had been one of the hardest parts of being a manager, he said. "But deep down though, the obsessed man is selfish in his pursuit of what he loves".

During his reign at the north London club, players like Patrick Vieira, Denis Bergkamp, Robert Pires, Cesc Fabregas and, of course, Thierry Henry all thrived under his tutelage.

Henry now serves as an assistant coach of the Belgium national side that finished third at the 2018 FIFA World Cup, while Vieira recently assumed the role as OGC Nice head coach.

There are long-term links with Paris-Saint Germain, who appointed Thomas Tuchel as head coach this summer, as well as a possible return to Japan where Wenger managed before his move to Arsenal in 1996.

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