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2011 decision on 154 G/A 'difference-maker' was Wenger's biggest failure at Arsenal - opinion

Arsene Wenger's long tenure at Arsenal started and ended at two different ends of the spectrum. The early days were by no means plain sailing, particularly as he was a fairly unknown name that had to be bought out from J-League outfit Nagoya Grampus Eight, but he clinched the league and cup double in his first full campaign at the helm. One Premier League and two FA Cups later, he guided the Gunners to an unbeaten season in 2003/04 – the first and only team to do it in the modern era, still to this day. Another FA Cup followed the season after but then a nine-year drought ensued and in that time, the French veteran may have made one of his biggest-ever mistakes in charge of the north...
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