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I’VE BEEN A PRISONER OF MY OWN CHALLENGE-ARSENE WENGER

Arsene Wenger a French international and the former Coach for Arsenal Football Club in England claims he has been a prisoner of his own challenge by staying in Arsenal for 22years.

Speaking in an interview on French radio Network Arsene said, “I am someone who likes to move around a lot, but I also like a challenge. I’ve been a prisoner of my own challenge at times”.

Wenger made this statement when the host asked, what the biggest mistake of his career has been.

“Perhaps staying at arsenal for 22 years”, the Frenchman told the host. According to him, he is someone who likes to move around a lot and staying in Arsenal has been the biggest mistake in his career.

The Frenchman also admitted he regrets sacrificing everything for Arsenal and neglecting his family and close ones.

“I regret having sacrificed everything I did because I realize I’ve hurt a lot of people around me. I’ve neglected a lot of people. I’ve neglected my family, I’ve neglected many close ones,” Wenger admitted.

“Deep down though, the obsessed man is selfish in his pursuit of what he loves. He ignores a lot of other things”, he added.

Arsene Wenger is the former coach for Arsenal football club. The Frenchman managed the club for 22 years.

He was the longest serving and most successful coach in the club’s history.

As a manager, he won three Premier League trophies, Seven FA cup and seven community shield titles for the club but many criticized him for poor performance as the head coach.

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Story by: Beatrice Ehwieda/pinkfmonlinegh.com

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