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Arsène Wenger

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Arsène Charles Ernest Wenger (French pronunciation: ​[aʁsɛn vɛŋɡɛʁ]; born 22 October 1949) is a French former football manager and player who is currently serving as FIFA's Chief of Global Football Development. He was the manager of Arsenal from 1996 to 2018, where he was the longest-serving and most successful in the club's history. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Arsène Wenger has received more than 9,314,749 page views. His biography is available in 77 different languages on Wikipedia (down from 78 in 2019). Arsène Wenger is the 2nd most popular coach (up from 6th in 2019), the 262nd most popular biography from France (up from 420th in 2019) and the most popular French Coach.

Arsène Wenger is most famous for being the manager of Arsenal Football Club. He has been the manager of Arsenal since 1996 and has won three Premier League titles and seven FA Cups with the club.

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  • 4.09

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Among coaches, Arsène Wenger ranks 2 out of 328Before him are Alex Ferguson. After him are Carlo Ancelotti, Jupp Heynckes, José Mourinho, Dino Zoff, Rinus Michels, Guus Hiddink, Luis Aragonés, Giovanni Trapattoni, Louis van Gaal, and Fabio Capello.

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Among people born in 1949, Arsène Wenger ranks 10Before him are Niki Lauda, António Guterres, Pedro Almodóvar, Mark Knopfler, Sigourney Weaver, and Richard Gere. After him are Benjamin Netanyahu, Anna Wintour, Roger Taylor, Bernard Arnault, Lech Kaczyński, and Maurice Gibb.

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In France

Among people born in France, Arsène Wenger ranks 262 out of 6,011Before him are Georges Cuvier (1769), Jean-Honoré Fragonard (1732), Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac (1778), Olympe de Gouges (1748), Berthe Morisot (1841), and Jean-Antoine Watteau (1684). After him are Philip I of France (1052), Pope Callixtus II (1065), Josquin des Prez (1450), Ferdinand Foch (1851), Maurice Leblanc (1864), and Louis-Ferdinand Céline (1894).

Among COACHES In France

Among coaches born in France, Arsène Wenger ranks 1After him are Jean-Pierre Papin (1963), Roger Lemerre (1941), Gérard Houllier (1947), Claude Puel (1961), Paul Le Guen (1964), Raynald Denoueix (1948), Jean-Louis Gasset (1953), Frédéric Antonetti (1961), Élie Baup (1955), and Dominique Bijotat (1961).