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Who are the most successful Arsenal coaches in history?

If you are a true football fan, you will certainly not only watch football for ordinary entertainment purposes but also study the gameplay, and analyze and admire the ingenious moves of the coaches. pellets. Today’s world-class teams, their rise in the rankings is thanks to the great merits of talented and dedicated coaches. Thanks to their efforts, the new teams can top the rankings of international speculative tournaments and are the favorite bets of online football betting lovers (แทงบอล ออนไลน์ in Thai). Here are the coaches who have gone down in history when successfully leading the teams, but here we are talking about the Arsenal team.

Arsene Wenger

Arsene Wenger’s full name is Arsène Wenger. He was born on October 22, 1949, in Strasbourg and raised in Duttlenheim, both territories in his native France. His father was a local coach and had a certain influence on his career direction.

Wenger was an amateur footballer who played for many different clubs before starting to become a manager. Starting to become Arsenal’s coach, Wenger bought a lot. Patrick Vieira and Rémi Garde were the first two rookies and later brought much success to the club. Arsenal finished third in Wenger’s first season and a year later, the Gunners won the Premier League and FA Cup to complete the double in the club’s history.

Arsenal’s defense was very solid at that time with Tony Adams, Steve Bould, Nigel Winterburn, Lee Dixon, and Martin Keown. This is the result of its predecessor. And Coach Wenger has created a quality striker with strikers Dennis Bergkamp, ​​Nicolas Anelka, the Petit – Vieira team, winger Marc Overmars or a very quality name, Kanu.

Coach Wenger began to lay the groundwork for a magical season after Overmars and Petit left, a series of new names were brought by Wenger to Highbury (then) such as defender Sol Campbell or midfielder Giovanni van Bronckhorst from Rangers. The likes of Fredrik Ljungberg, Thierry Henry, and Robert Pirès were brought up from the youth team, who had been bought before as youngsters.

The Arsenal coach then won many glories under Arsenal, including the undefeated 2003-04 season in the English Premier League. Of course, they won and are the only team to own the prestigious Gold Cup.

In 2018, manager Wenger left Arsenal. Coach Unai Emery replaced him but did not achieve much success, only getting the Europa League runner-up. Mr. Emery was sacked in 2019 and coach Mikel Arteta, a former player of the club, took over. Bringing defeat to Chelsea, Mikel Arteta brought home the championship trophy for his team.

Mikel Arteta

Mikel Arteta is a very young coach, he was born in 1982. He had a mature playing career from FC Barcelona, but is better known for Everton and later Arsenal.

Mikel Arteta received a lot of expectations because after he retired, he was recruited by the famous coach Pep Guardiola as an assistant at the Man City club. Fans expect Mikel Arteta to learn tactics from the inventor of modern tiki-taka tactics. Until August 2020, coach Mikel Arteta has led Arsenal for 28 matches, winning 16 wins, 6 draws, and 6 losses, a win rate of 57%. This is the highest win rate of Arsenal coaches ever.

Herbert Chapman

Herbert Chapman is a legend in England’s football coaching world. Successes, ideas, revolutions… but more than that, he is also the architect of winning teams. Twice he had the great opportunity to enjoy a taste of a hat-trick of consecutive national championships, first with Huddersfield (1924-26) and then Arsenal (1933-35). Chapman caused a stir in the football world with his departure from Huddersfield Town to Arsenal, an Arsenal that, at that time, was weak and lackluster at the bottom of the rankings. Surprisingly, in the first season he led, Arsenal seemed to change and finished in 2nd place.

Those are the masters in the king of sports that everyone has heard of once. What do you think of these names?

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