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When Arsene Wenger arrived at Arsenal in , he was little known to fans at the club and many doubted he could bring back the glory days of George Graham. Arsene Wenger book. Read 31 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In this fascinating account of Arsene Wenger's reign as manager of Ar. Arsene Wenger book. Read 11 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Credited with revolutionizing one of the biggest clubs in Europe, thi.

League commencing in March , Wenger set about assembling his squad and backroom staff. He hired former Valenciennes manager Boro Primorac , whom he had befriended during the match-fixing scandal, as his assistant. League the season before Wenger's arrival, [73] and continued their poor form into the following campaign, losing several matches in a row.

Arsene Wenger: The Inside Story of Arsenal Under Wenger

Why don't you think it out? I like the spirit round the game and at Arsenal I like the spirit of the club and its potential.

He wears glasses and looks more like a schoolteacher. He's not going to be as good as George [Graham]. Does he even speak English properly?

Arsene Wenger: The Biography

Wenger's arrival at Arsenal was greeted with perplexity by some of the club's players, supporters and the local media. The English players often set up pranks on Wenger to relieve hostility and nicknamed him "Inspector Clouseau", due to his clumsy nature. He is this gangly wise man".

It is a serious matter if you can just create things that are not right. We're all drunk and they're all smoking," he recollected. Such was the likelihood of Manchester United going on to retain the title, bookmaker Fred Done paid out on punters with two months of the season left.

It wouldn't surprise me if we were to go unbeaten for the whole of the season". Journalist Phil McNulty wrote that Wenger's demeanor "spoke of someone who had the title in his grasp but now saw it slipping from his fingers".

But you must really want it," was Wenger's reply, as he believed the squad had the right mixture of technique, intelligence and physique. Wenger retained his best players, despite interest shown by Chelsea's new owner Roman Abramovich. Open Preview See a Problem?

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Arsene Wenger: The Biography by Xavier Rivoire. Credited with revolutionizing one of the biggest clubs in Europe, this highly readable portrait of the shrewd talent scout and sports manager documents how Wenger was a main influence in modernizing the game of soccer.

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Aug 10, Jeremiah Demster rated it really liked it Shelves: Although I enjoyed reading this book because I am a big fan of Wenger as a coach, and Arsenal as a club, I do recognize that there are some short-comings to this book as a balanced picture of Wenger's life and career. This book is less well-rounded view and more exploration of that public persona. Fans of the club get stories about their hero Although I enjoyed reading this book because I am a big fan of Wenger as a coach, and Arsenal as a club, I do recognize that there are some short-comings to this book as a balanced picture of Wenger's life and career.

Fans of the club get stories about their heroes who have worn the uniform and tales of how Wenger made them happen.

I don't believe there is anything false here, but anyone looking for a thorough exploration of Wenger as a man will be left feeling a little half full. This book is about Wenger the icon.

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Apr 15, Jake Gutierrez rated it liked it Shelves: Fine biography and a decent insight into the mind of the great Wenger, but direct quotes and interaction are limited, and I found myself just more eagerly anticipating the autobiography that Arsene will one day hopefully write.

Mar 03, Shruti Buddhavarapu rated it liked it Shelves: There are of course, two things you're looking for in a biography. One - the story of the protagonist, and two, some goddamn literary merit to the writer.

Rivoire is a prolific sports writer having written too many of these biographies on everyone in the field apparently, and that only makes me completely suspicious of him. I'd prefer my biography to be written by someone who has a personal story concerning why they chose their subject, etc.

In the absence of all that, I'd at least expect a lit There are of course, two things you're looking for in a biography. In the absence of all that, I'd at least expect a little flair for writing, which, I'm extremely sorry to say, is extremely lacking in Rivoire. It's a book about a man I'm increasingly fascinated by, but also a book that hardly features any quotes or anecdotes by him.

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I'm new to football, so parts of the history seemed too hard for me to comprehend in one go, all these names being thrown around. It's an okay read, I don't think anyone will be wowed by the book, I'd rather wait for Wenger's biography. At best, Arsene Wenger: The Biography is like an ill-researched private detective's sly, behind the scenes reportage; so you might just be better off reading his Wiki page. Dec 30, Hari Ramachandran rated it really liked it. This is a very good read.

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It's main weakness is that it's not an autobiography, and that's a compliment of course. There are points in the book that left me wanting a bit more detail.

Perhaps someone like Amy Lawrence could do more justice. I guess Wenger's critics may not enjoy this book as much because the book talks more about the ups than the downs, and has a very positive vibe to it.

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Being a fan of Wenger this really didn't bother me too much but a little more probing of his 'failures' woul This is a very good read. Being a fan of Wenger this really didn't bother me too much but a little more probing of his 'failures' would've made it more complete. Feb 26, Fgunawan rated it liked it Recommends it for: Arsenal fans. I found there were too much information on football match statistics which I already knew from newspaper or sports magazine.

I believe there are some moments and events from which readers could get more interesting insights rather than general information, but were left disappointed, though it could be a reflection from Arsene distant personality. Perhaps when he retires, we can read another biography, one that exposes him more, not merely his achievements with clubs.At the same time, he introduced new ideas on diet, exercise, training and tactics, which many players believe extended their careers.

Arsene Wenger turns page on talk of writing book Mark Mann-Bryans Saturday, November 18, Arsene Wenger has no intention of following in the footsteps of Tottenham counterpart Mauricio Pochettino by writing a book during his managerial career.

He became conscious of the importance of speaking English and during his holidays, enrolled on a three-week language course at Cambridge. Then came that fateful summer when contract negotiations took a cruel turn for Arsenal fans. He wears glasses and looks more like a schoolteacher. He assesses the scale of Wenger's achievements and whether the criticism he faced towards the end was justified.

Pochettino has been answering questions about certain revelations from his book since its release. Other Editions 5. A really good read for Gooners and footy fans in general. The challenge of sustaining Nancy as a Ligue 1 club was difficult as Wenger inherited a squad of sub-standard quality and he was given limited money to spend.

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