Arsene Wenger, English premiership club Arsenal’s manager of 22 years, was given an emotional farewell by players of the club, the support staff and fans after his last home game at the Emirates against Burnley that Arsenal won 5-0 yesterday.
#PremierLeague : #ArseneWenger, #Arsenal's manager for 22 years, gets an emotional farewell after the end of his last home game against #Burnley at #TheEmirates. He is leaving #Arsenal at the end of the season, having managed the club for 22 long years.#MerciArsène pic.twitter.com/QhORR4gDNG
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“I will miss you,” Arsene Wenger, 68, told Arsenal fans as they wore red T-shirts with “Merci Arsene” (Thank you Arsene) written on them.
Wenger was presented with the special gold trophy after the Burnley thrashing by Arsenal legends Bob Wilson and Pat Rice.
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The Frenchman had earlier announced his decision to leave the club after managing it for 22 long years. During his managerial career with the Gunners, he won three Premier League titles and a record seven FA Cups.