The Frenchman is set to take charge of his 1,000th match at Arsenal when they face Chelsea in the lunchtime kick-off on Saturday in a crucial clash that may as well decide both teams title ambition. Ahead of his press conference at London Colney this morning, the Arsenal boss was presented with a golden cannon by Arsenal chairman Sir Chips Keswick to honour Arsene Wenger attaining this remarkable Landmark. Below is a Picture of Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger and club chairman Sir Chips Keswick at the car park where The Frenchman was given the Golden cannon.
Wenger has recently been on the headlines of various blogs and newspapers in the last couple of days, receiving various accolade on attaining this remarkable milestone with Arsenal. Indeed the Frenchman has done Arsenal and the fans well over the years and now with the transition period of the club said to be over one would expect to see remarkable changes in the clubs activity on and off the pitch as Wenger begins a “new era”.
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