Arsene Wenger leaves Arsenal
Arsenal have announced long serving boss Arsene Wenger has left the club after fifteen years in charge. Wenger joined the club in 1996 and has felt that the year 2012 is the time to end his time with the club.
“Arsene has been a loyal servant and he will be held in high regard for years to come, we thank him for his loyal service during his time at the club.”
Peter Hill-Wood Arsenal Chairman
"It is sad to leave Arsenal as my time there was the best trip I have been on and leave very proud of what was achieved and I would like to wish them all the best," said Wenger.
"I feel it is time to hand the job over to someone else.
"Me and some staff all decided to leave but I know Arsenal will do well this season."
Wenger leaves Arsenal after over fifteen years in charge,winning three Premier League titles including the Invincibles of 2003-04
Peter Hill-Wood has no resentment at Wenger's choice to leave.
"I wish Arsene all the best in his future," Wood told BBC Radio London.
"He has done a fantastic job for us during his time here and will be remembered as the most successful manager in the club's history.