Arsene Wenger takes cost of ultimate Arsenal coaching session


Arsene Wenger has revealed his two biggest regrets at Arsenal ahead of his final game in charge of the club.

"I would say personally from 2006 to 2015 it was certainly the period where I needed to be the strongest and did the best job".

In the meantime, Wenger, who has received three Premier League titles and a record-breaking seven FA Cups with Arsenal, could be very eager to win the ultimate sport of his reign.

The club handled Wenger's last home match in charge last Sunday in typically classic fashion.

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"I believe Highbury had a special spirit".

He said: "The thinking behind the move was that eventually we would have more to spend on new players, but it's not really happened because other clubs have used outside resources".

The Frenchman is quoted by the London Evening Standard as saying: "The prices for the stadiums have doubled but the transfers of the players have tripled or quadrupled".

Neville was part of the Manchester United team which regularly battled with Wenger's Arsenal during the 1990s and 2000s and has regularly commentated on his teams after becoming a pundit. The most important thing when you wake up in the morning is to go, "oh, I watch Arsenal today - I have a chance to see a good game".

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His stubborn refusal to give way to a new era is the root cause of their predicament according to large portions of the Emirates faithful. It took us a while to feel at home there.

"You will have a European League played at weekends because the Champions League doesn't sell well any more".

Arsenal travel to the John Smith's Stadium knowing they will finish sixth in the Premier League, the lowest ever position under Wenger, as the 68-year-old departs. But as well I would say to respect what has been built here and what people care about.

"At the time I thought we were a bit too ambitious with 60,000 but at the end of the day it worked".

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The scale of the changes he's made are virtually immeasurable; culture, style, stadium and structure are all hugely different from what was the case when he arrived.