Arsene wenger as a modern manager
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  • Arsene Wenger as a modern manager
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  • Who is Arsene Wenger?
  • Who is Arsene Wenger?
  • Managerial career
    Wenger's first senior job was at Nancy-Lorraine, which he joined in 1984, but he enjoyed little success there.
    Wenger was Arsenal's first manager from outside the United Kingdom. Though he had previously been touted as a potential technical director of the Football Association, at the time, Wenger was a relative unknown in England, where The Evening Standard newspaper greeted his nomination with the headline 'Arsene Who?'
  • Approach and philosophy
    Wenger has been described as a coach who "has spent his career building teams that combine the accumulation of silverware with a desire to entertain and attack", and as "a purist, dedicated to individual and collective technical quality".
    Wenger enjoys a great deal of support from Arsenal's fans, who demonstrated tremendous faith in the manager and his long-term vision. Supporters regularly display banners claiming "Arsène knows" and "In Arsène we trust"
  • Approach and philosophy
    Wenger has a strong reputation for unearthing young talent.
    At Arsenal, Wenger signed young, relatively unknown players such as Patrick Vieira, FrancescFàbregas, Robin van Persie and KoloTouré, and helped their transition to become world-class players.
    A survey in 2007 found he was the only Premier League manager to have made a profit on transfers, and between 2004 and 2009, Wenger made an average profit of £4.4 million per season on transfers, far more than any other club.
  • Approach and philosophy
    Wenger also reformed the training and dietary regimes, ridding the club of drinking and junk-food culture.
    On 11 January 2011, it was announced that Wenger was named "World Coach of the Decade" by International Federation of Football History & Statistics.
    In 2004, he became the only manager in FA Premier League history to go through the entire season undefeated.
  • Skills
  • Skills
  • Thank you for your attention!