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>> Arsene Wenger on Saturday marking 20 years in charge at Arsenal.>> Great honor, 20 years.>> It's a feat unparalleled in modern football. Over the same period, Chelsea have changed manager 14 times. Wenger arrived as a relative unknown. He'd been coaching in Japan. But soon, everyone knew his name.
Three league titles and four FA cups in his first few years in charge. But the second half of his reign has been tougher. No more league titles as the cost of building a new stadium cut into spending on the team. The man himself, making little of the anniversary.
A workaholic, he's only ever interested in the next game. He's also playing down talk he could succeed Sam Erdice as England manager.>> Word on my priorities to do right here, has always been my club and if I am free one day, why not? But at the moment, I'm focused on my job.
>> After years without a title, some Arsenal fans think it's time for Wenger to go. Supporters point out he kept the club in the top four for 19 straight years. Fans and critics both agree that we probably won't see his like again.