When Sir Alex Ferguson retired after his record 810th Premier League game in charge of Manchester United, everyone said that number would never be caught.
But thanks the Arsene Wenger’s stubbornness and refusal to step down as manager of Arsenal during times of hardship and underachievement, the Frenchman is about to break Fergie’s record and will of course extend it further as the season continues.
On New Year’s Eve, Wenger will take charge of his 811th Premier League game as his Gunners side visit West Brom and it’s about time we started to celebrate the Frenchman’s achievements. To put things in to perspective, the current Premier League manager closest to reaching such a milestone is David Moyes on 508 games in the dugout.
He many not have won as many trophies as Sir Alex Ferguson but his impact on the English game has been phenomenal. Here’s a video to outline just why Arsene Wenger is a Premier League great…