Every Arsenal manager from the Emirates Stadium era ranked from worst to best

  • Arsenal have had four managers in the Emirates Stadium era
  • Two have stood out above the rest
  • Here is every Arsenal manager from the Emirates Stadium era ranked from worst to best

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1. Arsene Wenger

The longest-serving manager and the most successful, by a long shot. Need I say more?

Arsene Wenger has been written into the Arsenal history books forever and he will never be erased. Most notably, he was the man in charge of the invincibles team - A record which to this day remains to be beaten and I don't think it ever would. He was also influential in the move from Highbury Stadium to the Emirates, where Arsenal have made their home.

When the Gunners announced Arsene Wenger as their head coach, it was a monumental occasion for them. At the time, not many people had heard of Wenger and he was the first non-British manager to take charge of the club. I think it's fair to say, though, that he justified his arrival rather spectacularly.

Of course, the last few years were a little sour as fans were calling for the legendary manager to be dismissed. However, nothing could tarnish the incredible legacy he had pre-set. In those first few years post-Wenger, it was proven how great a manager he was, since Arsenal struggled to pick their form back up for a few seasons.

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