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SportFrom pitch to dugout: Managers who were players under Arsene Wenger

14:45  06 december  2018
14:45  06 december  2018 Source:   readsport.co

Roma considering Arsene Wenger approach

Roma considering Arsene Wenger approach Roma are considering an approach for former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger, according to a report from calciomercato.com. Roma boss Eusebio Di Francesco, who has managed a host of sides in Italy, has struggled during the current campaign, despite leading the Italian giants to the Champions League semi-finals last year. Di Francesco’s side sit eighth in Serie A, 25 points off table toppers Juventus as the season approaches the halfway stage. And according to reports, Roma are considering an approach for Wenger, who managed the Gunners for 22 years. Officials at Roma have been a huge admirer of Wenger over recent years, with the club sending the Frenchman a classy message ahead of his final game in charge of the club back in May. And with Wenger insisting a few weeks ago that he is ready to come back into football, we may see the former Gunners boss back in the dugout very soon.

Arsène Wenger OBE (French pronunciation: [aʁsɛn vɛŋɡɛʁ]; born 22 October 1949) is a French football manager and former player .

Arsene Wenger 's best moments as Arsenal manager . 1/15 1996 – Becomes Arsenal Manager . In 2004, Arsenal were at the peak of their powers under Wenger . His philosophy of possession-based free-flowing football, combined with the talent of players such as Henry and Dennis Bergkamp, led

From pitch to dugout: Managers who were players under Arsene Wenger © Shaun Botterill/Getty Images Sport Patrick Vieira and Thierry Henry of Arsenal celebrate

Two former Arsenal superstars, Patrick Vieira and Thierry Henry, will go head-to-head as managers tomorrow, as Henry’s Monaco side hosts Vieira’s Nice in Ligue 1. The two French legends are just two of Arsene Wenger’s former players who’ve gone into management. We’ve taken a look at each player who played under Wenger at Arsenal, who then decided to take the plunge into the manager’s chair.

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