Arsène Wenger on leadership and life after Arsenal
Simon Kuper interviews the Frenchman who lived and breathed managing the club for 22 years. In the world of football (or soccer), few names denote more passion and loyalty than that of Arsène Wenger, who coached Arsenal between 1996 and 2018, winning three coveted Premier League titles — the highest tier of English football — and seven FA Cups. In this fascinating interview with the Financial Times, he reflects on his unshakable love for the sport and the Highbury team, and why he thinks he "was not completely normal."
From Financial Times