Every word Arsenal legend Arsene Wenger said during ‘Invincible’ documentary trailer

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Arsene Wenger spent 22 trophy-laden years as Arsenal manager before stepping down from his post in the summer of 2018.

Wenger clinched a record seven FA Cups for the club whilst also winning three Premier League titles and it was the third one that is one of the most iconic in history as the Gunners went unbeaten during the course of their 2003/04 league campaign.

The Frenchman arrived in north London a relatively unknown entity within England, replacing Bruce Rioch in 1996 after Arsenal had failed to qualify for the UEFA Champions League under Rioch’s tutelage.

However, this quickly changed as Wenger qualified for the prestigious competition a whopping 19 years in a row – a remarkable feat considering his former side have failed to qualify in each of the last five seasons.

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Now, there is a documentary on the legendary coach’s footballing career aptly titled ‘Invincible’, set to be released in November.

Here, football.london has compiled everything the former Arsenal boss said during the trailer for the upcoming movie.

OVERVIEW OF HIS TIME AT ARSENAL

Wenger: “Destiny, life is about millimetres, about timing.”
Wenger: “Honestly, when I think about it, we were brave”.
Wenger: “I was not scared of anybody in football.”
Wenger on first title: “It was the start of it, the real start of it.”
Wenger: “I have the addiction gene. This desire or hating to lose makes you inhumane.”
Wenger: “You want to discover something more… what football can give you. You transform it into art.”

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UNBEATEN SEASON
Wenger: “I set them the target of winning the championship without losing a game.”
Wenger: “My father never told me ‘well done’, he said ‘you can do better.'”

WENGER LEAVING ARSENAL CLIPS
Wenger: “You realise that the end of something is like a funeral.”

Arsène Wenger: Invincible comes to cinemas from November 11, and on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Download on November 22.,

Source by Football London

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