Arsène Wenger often talks about managing Arsenal the way old couples talk about marriage, or how parents talk about raising kids, or how other old couples talk about saying to hell with their marriage and the kids and getting a divorce—that is, he describes it as hard, thankless work that for the most part sucks, but when it’s finally over and done with is ultimately rewarding. The latest revelatory Wenger interview comes from France Football, helpfully translated by Get French Football News. In it, Wenger discusses a variety of topics from the bizarre new world where clubs are owned by mega-rich countries that spare no expense to smooth over their well-earned reputation as human rights violators in an elaborate soccer-focused soft-power play, to the changing role of the manager over the years, to the kind of manager he’d like to replace him at Arsenal one day. The most interesting bits were those that pertained to the self-proclaimed masochism specialist’s love/hate relationship with coaching. Here’s what he had to say about how shitty it is to lose: Arsène, what is the hardest thing in your role as manager? Every defeat is a nightmare. One of the handicaps, when you stay at… Read full this story
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