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Arteta has great future but no top job experience, says Wenger
Spaniard Mikel Arteta, in talks to be the next Arsenal coach, has “no experience” as a manager and will need help, former Gunners boss Arsene Wenger said on Wednesday.
Wenger explains how he felt Gunners ‘slip away’
Arsene Wenger admitted to feeling Arsenal “slip away” from him toward the end of his iconic reign in north London.
Bayern Munich to hold talks with Wenger
Former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger will talk to Bayern Munich next week over the German club’s vacant manager's job.
Wenger considering FIFA offer but still tempted by management return
Former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger revealed he is considering a job offer from FIFA, but it would not prevent him from completing a return to management.
Wenger eyeing football return but unsure about future role
Arsene Wenger is eager to return to football, but the former Arsenal boss is unsure if his comeback will be in management.
Bayern backs under-fire Kovac amid Wenger rumors
Bayern Munich officials have offered their support to under-fire coach Niko Kovac after press reports linking the club with former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger.
Wenger ready for January return to football
Arsene Wenger expressed his intention to return to football in January having received "enquires from all over the word".
Arteta agrees terms with Arsenal, sources claim
Mikel Arteta has agreed in principle to replace Arsene Wenger and become the new manager at Arsenal.
Wenger predicts 'inevitable' European super league
Arsene Wenger predicted a European super league will be introduced over the next few years, leading to major changes for the Premier League.
Wenger reveals admiration for Enrique
Arsene Wenger spoke of his admiration for former Barcelona boss Luis Enrqiue but will have no say in his replacement at Arsenal.
Sanchez-Mkhi deal 'world-class' swap, Wenger says
Arsene Wenger insisted Arsenal has traded one world-class player for another in swapping Alexis Sanchez for Henrikh Mkhitaryan, and backed the Armenian to return to his best form at the Emirates.
Wenger hopes successor maintains Arsenal values
Arsene Wenger told SFR Sport he hopes his successor as Arsenal manager will stay true "to the values that are dear to the club."
Wenger: Fan unrest could hurt Arsenal title bid
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is worried unrest from the club's fans could hurt his team's Premier League title chances.
Wenger left dizzy by twists and turns of title race
Arsene Wenger was unwilling to predict the outcome of the Premier League title race after 10-man Arsenal battled to a pulsating 2-2 draw at Tottenham on Saturday.
Cech facing four weeks out
Arsene Wenger confirmed Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech will be sidelined for three to four weeks with a calf injury.
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