- In John Cross’ book Inside Story Of Arsenal Under Wenger, it has been revealed that the Frenchman had personal bodyguards during the final 2 seasons at the Emirates
- Arsene Wenger left Arsenal after 22 years in charge and multiple title wins
- Unai Emery has taken over from Wenger but has started his tenure with 2 straight defeats
Arsenal have started the post-Wenger era with 2 defeats under Unai Emery but not much was expected of them from these two matches once it was confirmed they were to go against Manchester City and Chelsea. Arsene Wenger decision to leave the club after 22 years in charge was in highlight a decision made a bit too late.
Latest Football News: Arsene Wenger’s safety under threat in his last 2 seasons at Arsenal
Over the past couple of seasons, Arsenal’s performance has been on a continuous dip and their failure to qualify for the Champions League has compounded the misery on the team as well as the supporters. With Unai Emery in charge now and a host of new players added to the squad, the Gunners support base is confident they can return to Europe’s elite competition.
The latest football news surrounding former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger comes from his updated biography Inside Story Of Arsenal Under Wenger written by leading football journalist John Cross. As per the latest accounts in the book, Wenger was forced to keep bodyguards during all matches in his final two seasons at the Emirates Stadium.
Latest Football News: The anger against Wenger erupted after a 3-2 defeat at Stoke in 2014
In the Biography, it has been said that ever as soon as Wenger received abuse from the Stoke fans at the Stoke Station following their 3-2 defeat at the Britannia Stadium back in 2014, it became apparently clear that the abuse was now a personal attack on the Frenchman, who by many is still regarded as one of the greatest managers of all-time.
Arsenal have come out and confirmed that Arsene Wenger did indeed receive personal protection following an increase of terror threat to all public personalities around the world. Wenger who led Arsenal to an invincible season back in 2004, started to lose the support of the clubs fan base after failing to win any trophies for many years following their move to the Emirates Stadium.
Currently unemployed, Wenger is sure to be enjoying his time off from professional football, but knowing the professor, he will definitely be thinking of his next move in his managerial career.
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