Mixed feelings from football fans as Wenger steps down
Football fans from the across the world shared their contrasting views at the London club's announcement that Arsene Wenger would no longer be Arsenal's manager come next season.
JOHANNESBURG - Football fans from the across the world shared their contrasting views at the London club's announcement that Arsene Wenger (68) would no longer be Arsenal's manager come next season.
Arsenal Football Club manager Arsene Wenger announced that he will step down from his role at the club at the end of the current English Premier League season.
In a statement, the London club announced that Wenger has been at the helm at Arsenal for nearly 22 years and won three Premier League titles and seven FA Cup trophies during his illustrious career at both Highbury and Emirates Stadiums.
A respected figure in European Football, Wenger has struggled to win a Premier League title since the historic 2003/04 season where he led the club to an unbeaten season, which has since been dubbed as the "invincibles" season.
I will always be grateful to Arsene Wenger for what he has done for Arsenal wonderful teams & memories but the last 3 years in league & Europe have not be acceptable I am pleased he is leaving with him saying so with dignity & he deserves that let’s make sure he goes on a high— Lee Judges (@leemarkjudges) April 20, 2018
When Arsene Wenger finally leaves but then you see Brendan Rodgers is the bookies favourite 😳 pic.twitter.com/zxDLL8gl20— GRM Daily (@GRMDAILY) April 20, 2018