Legendary Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is set to release an autobiography called ‘My Life in Red and White', lifting the lid on his 22 years in charge of the Gunners.
Wenger is the longest-serving manager in Arsenal's history, spending 22 seasons in the dugout after replacing Bruce Rioch in 1996.
During his over two decades in charge, Wenger lifted three Premier League titles, seven FA Cups and masterminded the famous ‘Invincibles' season in 2003-2004 which saw his squad go a full league campaign unbeaten.
However, his time at the helm came to a difficult end after failing to win the Premier League since that 2004 campaign.
The book will be released on October 20 later this year and it's description has outlined what fans should expect, saying: “In Wenger: My Life and Lessons in Red and White, world-renowned and revolutionary football coach Arsene Wenger finally tells his own story for the very first time.
“Wenger opens up about his life, sharing principles for success on and off the field with lessons on leadership, personal development, and management.
“This book charts his extraordinary career, including his rise from obscurity in France and Japan to his 22 years at the helm of Arsenal Football Club.
“It covers the years of controversy that led up to his resignation in 2018 and his current seat as chief of global football development for Fifa.
“Wenger offers studious reflections on the game and his groundbreaking approach to motivation, mindset, fitness, and the winning edge.
“He [reveals how] popularised the attacking approach and belief that the game should be entertaining.
“Among the most successful managers of all time, Wenger, affectionately nicknamed ‘The Professor', has won multiple championships and run one undefeated and unmatched English Premier League season.
“This is a must-read for Arsenal fans, football fans, athletes, trainers, business leaders, and anyone seeking the tools for success in work and life.”
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