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Arsenal Gunners FC: A New Beginning

Wenger Out
Started on 2 June 2015 by TheLastOlympian07
Latest Reply on 4 June 2015 by TheLastOlympian07
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Arsène Wenger Retires

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Arsene Wenger calls time on his illustrious career after his stops at AS Monaco, Nagoya Grampus Eight and most notably his time in Holloway, London with the Arsenal Gunners. He leaves Arsenal with a career record of 613-249-204 in 1,066 games. Overall in his managerial career he is 814-332-356 in 1,502 games.

Many pundits are wondering who will be next in line for Arsenal's managerial spot. Fingers are pointed at Borussia Dortmund's Jurgen Klopp, Napoli's Rafa Benitez and former Arsenal and Barcalona star Thierry Henry.



Will Henry be able to carry Arsenal to another Premier League Title?
Good luck mate, will you change Arsenal policy of only bringing in Children?
2015-06-01 22:20#214059 The Motivated One : Good luck mate, will you change Arsenal policy of only bringing in Children?

New manager, new policy. I haven't decided what I will do. If it will be just english born players or just anyone I see fit.
Nice to see an Arsenal story, can't remember the last time I've read one. Good luck! :)
2015-06-01 23:26#214062 Glenn T : Nice to see an Arsenal story, can't remember the last time I've read one. Good luck! :)
thanks Glenn T, your Liverpool story inspired me to start a story
Good start to your story mate.

And welcome to the site

Sir Chips Keswick Names New Manager
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Sir Chips Keswick has named a new manager to Arsenal in the wake of Arsene Wenger's retirement. Arsene's retirement brought an end to his 18 year tenure. During this tenure he won 3 Premier League titles, 5 FA Cups and 4 Community Shields. He leaves as one of the best Premier League's best managers ever.

Those in the running for the coveted Arsenal are Borussia Dortmund's Jurgen Klopp, Napoli's Rafa Benitez and former Arsenal star Thierry Henry. However, since Borussia and Napoli wanted to Klopp and Benitez run out their contracts and Henry having no experience, Chips went another route naming Dennis Bergkamp new manager.

Dennis Bergkamp has been in his homeland in Holland working as an Assistant Manager with Ajax. He worked his way up from being an assistant coach with the Holland "B" team to just a coach with Ajax. Now he moves back to where he spent 11 years of his career to become manager. During his playing days he won the Premier League (3): 1997–98, 2001–02, 2003–04, FA Cup (4): 1997–98, 2001–02, 2002–03, 2004–05, FA Community Shield (3): 1998, 2002, 2004, UEFA Cup Runner-up: 2000 and UEFA Champions League Runner-up: 2006.

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Dennis Bergkamp wants to bring the Title back to Holloway, London.

Now it is time to start the Dennis Bergkamp Era.

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