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

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

"I've been a prisoner of my own challenge at times".

However, Pires told Sky Sports: "The best signing for me is Unai Emery, the manager".

Nigel Winterburn (right) was at Arsenal when Arsene Wenger (left) arrived in 1996 (Mike Egerton/EMPICS) For the first time since his departure, Wenger has conceded he may have made an error by outstaying his welcome in north London.

Arsenal will be looking to at least break back into the top four next season after the Gunners finished in sixth place and without a trophy in Arsene Wenger's final campaign in charge at the club. "He has a lot of experience and I hope for him and Arsenal that he is successful with the club". I regret having sacrificed everything I did because I realise I've hurt a lot of people around me.

According to Sky Sports: "He is now contemplating whether a move into global management would suit him and expects to make a decision on his future "in the next few months".

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"Maybe both... I've always been more interested in the day-to-day aspect of management".

"They have all the qualities; they're intelligent, they know football, they have the excellent skillset, but do they want to sacrifice what needs to be sacrificed?"

On reflection this was probably the most sensible answer Wenger could have provided considering how hard some of the players he has had to manage over the years. "You wake up at 3am thinking about team selection, tactics, formation..."

The Frenchman departed the Gunners this summer after failing to guide them back into the Champions League, and following a sixth-placed finish in the Premier League, the club appointed Unai Emery as Wenger's successor.

Wenger also admitted he has to keep up his running because he loves a trip to a French patisserie - and that if he were president of France, he would introduce compulsory football to every school. I'm asking myself the same question!

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