Wenger said he was “convinced” that there would be a female manager in the Premier league “soon”.
I could never have imagined, when I was growing up, this huge change in the make-up of England and in football.
Both men's sides have recently suffered humiliating defeats.
A big cuddle for the manager, a kiss for his room-mate and a slap of the hands for the trainee sitting at the back and the junior video analyser.
In the six years since my son started playing football seriously, I’ve witnessed a lot of heated moments.
Watching a game on tenterhooks to see if the manager picks his nose.
The Arsenal manager faces a frustrating legacy.
Now, for my biggest donation yet . . .
Cheating is a universal human pastime, and is common across all sports. But in some, it could have fatal consequences.
Those who want Arsène Wenger sacked will regret being so horrid to him.
Man United, Man City, Chelsea, Spurs, Arsenal – they all proudly proclaim the names of their official suppliers of beer, betting, doughnuts, coffee, underpants, toilet paper, cars, call girls, condoms.