What do you say when your team is 4-1 down to Reading at half time and perched on the precipice of another meltdown? If you’re Arsene Wenger it’s a matter of keeping calm, suppressing your rage and begin the process of rebuilding the shattered souls inhabiting the dressing room. Whatever Wenger did, whatever he said should be used as a device of study for future managers and coaches. The Gunners team that came out for the second half was a completely different beast to the one that trudged off at the break. To come out and score six times is unprecedented and for that Wenger deserves commendation. Or at the very least, a spot on this sacred list.