It has been 22 years, 1,235 games, 7,895 days, 716 wins, 2,298 goals 7 FA Cups, 3 Premier League titles, two Doubles but Arsene Wenger finally oversaw he last match as the coach of Arsenal.
The legendary coach, whose first name, Arsene is almost mistaken for the club’s name, has paid his dues and surely deserves all the accolades he gets.
Huddersfield’s lap of appreciation meant the boss couldn’t go over to our fans at full-time… but he was determined to pay our visiting supporters one final visit once the pitch had cleared 😊#MerciArsène pic.twitter.com/XfQWkzDCAB
— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) May 13, 2018
Arsenal visited Huddersfield in the last game of the season, looking to give the coach a wonderful send-off.
The boss was given a guard of honour before the match.
A lone goal by Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang, Wenger’s last signing, saw Arsenal win the game.
Goodbye Monsieur Wenger, you’ll surely be missed!