On April 20, 2018, a page in the history of Arsenal was turned. The last years of Arsene Wenger’s very long term in Arsenal, started in 1996, have not been easy. On several occasions, the French technician, criticized and discussed, had been announced on departure. And on April 20, 2018, the news fell. The Alsatian was going to leave the Gunners’ sidelines once the current exercise was completed, then transmitting the witness to an Unai Emery who has since been ousted, and replaced by Mikel Arteta.
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