Arsene Wenger Predicts European Super League Will Eventually Replace EPL


Wenger arrived from Japan in 1996 and the three-time Premier League victor will farewell Arsenal when the Gunners face Huddersfield Town on the final day of the season on Sunday.

"But 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".

But Wenger revolutionised the game, delivering the double in his first full season before achieving the same feat in 2001-02.

"They gave examples of creative ways to think and to act plus I think it is a special society with a completely different philosophy compared to other countries".

'We've gone via a season of ups and downs however they've at all times created one thing particular and I would really like that to return out within the final sport by the way in which we play it.

Arsenal have missed out on a top-four finish for the second successive season under Wenger.

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Arsenal will take on a Huddersfield side that secured draws against Chelsea FC and Premier League champions Manchester City in their last two Premier League games.

Outgoing Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is convinced that a seismic change to the game of football is afoot and that the coming years will witness the inception of a European Super League.

Yet the fine form of Aubameyang since his January arrival encouraged Wenger to claim he has left Arsenal in good hands.

And with rivals Tottenham preparing to move into their new ground, he warned the same troubles face Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino and the club's owners.

"Will I manage England one day? I am addicted and I don't think that can be cured", he said. "I will remain an Arsenal fan above everything else". Arsenal last had such a run of defeats in 1966.

Handing one supporter his tie, Wenger basked in the warm glow of their applause for a few moments before disappearing into the sunlit evening.