Former Arsenal Captain, Thierry Henry has described Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal Legacy as untouchable as the French tactician announces the decision to step down from Role.
Wenger, 68, will leave a year before his existing contract was due to expire having led the club to three Premier League titles and seven FA Cups during a 22-year reign.
“It was a bit of a mixed one. It is a sad day for me to see the big man leaving the club, although we all know he has some games left. Happy in a way that people are going to hopefully give him the exit he deserves,” he told Sky Sports News.
“Is it a good time or a bad time? People will debate that. It was his time and he felt like he had to say that. My thing is recently people were always confusing what the team was doing and his legacy. Once you announce that you’re leaving people are going to talk about your legacy and his legacy is untouchable.”
Wenger signed Henry from Juventus in 1999, and he went on to score 228 times for the Gunners, winning the Premier League title three times and Golden Boot four times.
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