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A new film documenting Arsène Wenger's time as Arsenal boss is set to be released next month, documenting the Frenchman's unforgettable tenure with the Gunners.
It delves deeply into his 22-year spell at the club and addresses the controversial nature surrounding his departure from the club in 2018.
Arsène Wenger: Invincible. The definitive story. In his own words.
Watch the Official Trailer. Coming November 2021.
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- Arsène Wenger: Invincible (@WengerFilm) October 14, 2021
The film includes a stellar cast of interviewees, including fierce rival Sir Alex Ferguson, as well as legendary former Arsenal stars, such as: Thierry Henry, Ian Wright, Patrick Vieira, Dennis Bergkamp, Emanuel Petit and Robert Pires.
'Arsène Wenger: Invincible' is directed by Gabriel Clarke, who previously worked on 'Bobby Robson: More Than A Manager', 'Finding Jack Charlton', and Christian Jeanpierre.
There is plenty of unseen footage in the film and the legendary former manager is filmed on location in England, France and in his home village of Duttlenheim.
Wenger revolutionised English football following his arrival at Arsenal in 1996 by getting rid of the drinking culture at the club, adding much more emphasis on his players' diet and nutrition - something which would later become common practice in football.
His tussles with Ferguson have gone down in folklore, as his Arsenal team battled for domestic superiority alongside Manchester United in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
Apart from that incredible invincible campaign, Wenger led the club to two Premier League and FA Cup doubles in the 1997/98 and 2001/02 seasons. In total, he won 17 trophies during his time in north London - three Premier Leagues, seven FA Cups and seven Community Shields.
The only blot on the Frenchman's tenure was the absence of a major European trophy. Arsenal were beaten by Galatasaray in the 2000 UEFA Cup Final and lost to Barcelona in the 2006 Champions League Final.
The film has drawn plenty of plaudits across the media and can be pre-ordered now in either DVD or Blu-Ray format on Amazon.
This film is absolutely brilliant. An absolute must watch as you really get a feel and insight into one of the true managerial greats. https://t.co/lZTK3JEDQJ
- John Cross (@johncrossmirror) October 14, 2021
We can't wait to watch it!
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