'I Left My Heart in There...It Will Be Forever My Club' - Says Arsenal Legend


The most beautiful things are not associated with money; they are memories and moments. If you don't celebrate those, they can pass you by. - Alek Wek

A part of an extended interview held with Arsene Wenger saw him confess his undying love for Arsenal Football Club.

The Frenchman bade farewell to the North London side after winning three Premier League titles and seven FA Cup trophies in his 22-year reign which was terminated at the end of the 2017/18 season.

Wenger has since been out of management though he has gotten involved in some other productive activities. He hopes to return to work soon, according to him, but he is unsure if he will be in the frontend.

Speaking to the BBC, the 69-year-old stated the extent to which he misses and has the Gunners at heart.

"I miss competition and I miss Arsenal because I left my heart in there," he explained.

"I gave my life to this club for 22 years. Every minute of my life was dedicated to this club and I miss the values we developed inside the club.

"I support Arsenal. It will be forever my club."

Wenger's era was one of a kind, one which produced the Invincibles. Anyone would want a repeat of it if the latter part which saw Arsenal go without trophies for too long would be exempted.

With Unai Emery making a mark in his first season, fans have since adapted to life without Le Prof. but they will sure give him a warm welcome should he decide to pay a visit.

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