Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger is celebrating 20 years at the helm of affairs at the North London club. The Frenchman was appointed head coach of Arsenal in 1996 after stints at Monaco and Nancy.
Wenger is the manager with the second highest number of games presided over at the club, only bettered by Manchester United manager, Sir. Alex Ferguson.
Despite the criticism he has received from football fans over the years, Wenger has kept Arsenal in the top four in his two decades at the club. He also has the second highest win-ration in the league.
His highest point was undoubtedly the success of ‘The Invincibles’ of 2003-2004, setting an unbeaten record of 49 matches without defeat.
However since the 2005 season, Arsenal went nine years without a trophy.