When Arsène Wenger bade farewell to Arsenal with a theatrical bow after four uninterrupted decades in management, he could barely imagine a day away from what he describes as “the heat”. “It is not so difficult because for all of us in life you have competition with others, and competition with yourself. “I read a lot, do a lot of different sports, daily, so that occupies me. We made some good improvements to judge players, we discovered some players who were not really stars and became good players after. Arsène Wenger: Europa League final ‘little bit of a nightmare’ for Arsenal Read more“I invested in this company; I’m not just here for an advert,” he says.
Source: The Guardian May 23, 2019 23:02 UTC