Arsene Wenger admits he regrets Arsenal mistakes

Arsene Wenger has admitted that he regrets every single mistake that he made during his time as Arsenal manager.

Wenger ended his 22-year association with the Gunners back in May, leaving the Emirates as the most successful and long-serving manager in the North London club’s history.

During his time as at the Gunners, Wenger steered Arsenal to three Premier League titles and seven FA Cups, as well as guiding the club into the Champions League for 20 successive seasons.

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However, the majority of his success came in the first half of his time at the club, with the second half seeing the fans grow increasingly unhappy with the Frenchman, who seemed reluctant to change his philosophy.

Having recently revealed that he is close to making his return to football, the 69-year-old has admitted that he regrets every single mistake during his time as Arsenal manager.

“Would I have done things differently? I regret every mistake I made,” Wenger told beIN Sport.

“If I have to do it again, of course I would not repeat the mistakes I made.

“But that is part of life. Top-level people have a good, objective analysis of their mistakes and try not to repeat them.”

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