Wenger quelled 'the animal inside' to succeed at Arsenal

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What Wenger did was make Arsenal the most enjoyable sports team to watch for most of his 22 years in charge at the club.

Since then, the Europa League clash with Atletico Madrid was lost 2-1 on aggregate while the club continue without an away league point in 2018 following defeats at Manchester United and Leicester. "I think that is the next step we will see". The big clubs say: 'So we have to share the money but nobody is interested in you?'

During those 22 years Wenger has been no stranger to being forced to offload some of his biggest stars due to financial restrictions, especially after the Gunners moved up the road from Highbury into their new digs at the Emirates Stadium.

"I will say to the players, "Look we have to prepare for the future, and the best way to do that is to win your last game and go in a positive mind into next season", he said.

So how could they line up against the Terriers?

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The 24-year-old instead believes the prospect of playing in the Champions League at their new ground will be a big pulling factor in attracting new recruits this summer. Despite his final season fizzling out into the worst of reign, Wenger remained in high spirits in his final prematch new conference, making jokes and posing for a photo with the assembled journalists after. "But I'm slowly understanding that it finishes, so I'm adapting now", he said, adding that his focus is still squarely on his work.

"They gave examples of creative ways to think and to act plus I think it is a special society with a completely different philosophy compared to other countries". At the moment I don't at all, because I'm sitting in front of you.

Wenger's achievements ensure he will be synonymous with Arsenal for generations to come, even if recent seasons have somewhat tainted his legacy. "They are now massive. It's a pleasant surprise", he joked.

While Huddersfield set about organising the mawkish tribute, those behind the scenes at Arsenal are setting about finding his successor, and a report in The Times today claims that they have set their sights on one man. Every day is not a pleasure.