A lot can be remembered about Arsenal legendary manager Arsene Wenger, especially the good old days when he delivered titles and ensured good football, no wonder he is regarded as the most successful coach in the club’s history.
However, his last few months in charge of the North London outfit had a mixture of disappointments and frustration as he could not deliver the same kind of results as his early years.
The situation was bad that the Gunners could not secure qualification to the Champions League for few seasons before his exit.
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Each time Arsenal lost a game under the former French manager, it looked to some fans that Arsene Wenger was never pained nor moved by the result as he always maintained his cool, amidst lashes, criticisms, and negative chants.
The notion that he was not really moved as a result of his look or countenance has been dismissed when he recently revealed that he used to be physically sick at each defeat.
He added that pains hurt a lot and the biggest pain comes when you lose a football game.
Arsene Wenger confessed that he never believed her would last on the job when he was a younger manager as a result of the pain.