Arsène Charles Ernest Wenger is a French football manager and former player. He was the manager of Arsenal from 1996 to 2018, where he was the longest-serving and most successful in the club's history. His contribution to English football through changes to scouting, players' training, and diet regimens revitalised Arsenal and aided the globalisation of the sport in the 21st century. Born in Strasbourg and raised in Duttlenheim to an entrepreneurial family, Wenger was introduced to football by his father, the manager of the local village team. After a modest playing career, in which he made appearances for several amateur clubs, Wenger obtained a manager's diploma in 1981. Following an unsuccessful period at Nancy which culminated in his dismissal in 1987, Wenger joined Monaco; the club won the league championship in 1988.
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About Arsene Wenger
French soccer coach who began his long tenure at the helm of Arsenal FC in 1996. He led Arsenal to FA Premier League titles in 1998, 2002 and 2004. In April 2018, he announced his resignation as Arsenal manager after almost 22 years.
He had a moderately successful career as a player, appearing in sixty-seven games and scoring four goals.
He was inducted into the English Football Hall of Fame in 2006.
He has one daughter with former basketball player, Annie Brosterhous, whom he was married to from 2010 until 2015.
He began coaching center back Thomas Vermaelen on Arsenal in 2009.
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