Friday, 24 July 2015

Arsene Wenger dreading retirement

Arsene Wenger has been the manager of Arsenal since 1996. He has become the teams longest serving manager and the most successful in terms of major titles won. Arsenal manager is entering his 20th season, but despite approaching his 66th birthday, the Gunners manager admits the idea of him stepping away from the game fills him with dread. Admitting he pondered retirement, Wenger said: 

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''Yes it crosses my mind sometimes, but for no longer than  five seconds because i panic a little bit.''

Arsene Wenger is dreading of retirement. Alex Ferguson is enjoying ritrement but im dreading it. 

''Football is new every day. That's the big quality. It makes you question. Because with every defeat people say, what is this guy doing?

''Every three days you are questioned. You have an exam every three days. You have no way to look back.

You have to prepare for the next exam and come out of it with success. So it always demands 100 per sent commitment.'' Wenger said

When Aresene decides to retire, he is determined to leave the foundations for success in place for his replacement.

source: dailystar, ihinian.blogspot

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