Arsene Wenger is the most successful coach in Arsenal Football Club history and has therefore worked with some outstanding players. Although his playing time was relatively short in his later years, the fact that Winterburn was able to remain at Arsenal until the age of 37 demonstrates his remarkable physical prowess and his value to the Arsenal team. Arsenal was undefeated in all 38 games of the 2003-04 season, becoming the second English first-division club to do so, and set a national record by extending their undefeated streak to the following season to 49 consecutive league games in total. Coming from small Halmstads BK in 1998, the Swede immediately brought his athletic and fluid soccer style to the Premier League to help Arsenal achieve their greatest successes in the early 2000s.
One of the smartest decisions Arsene Wenger made in his early days at Arsenal was to bring Marc Overmars from Ajax, and the Dutchman undoubtedly left his mark on the club. The club was founded in 1886 and took the name Royal Arsenal after its first match, combining the nickname of the Royal Oak pub, where team members met, with that of their workplace, the Arsenal ammunition factory in Woolwich. Always prepared for big occasions, Arsenal fans remember their thrilling contribution to the 1-0 win at Old Trafford in March 1998 and the double that, a couple of months later, earned Arsenal the title in the famous victory over Everton at home. From great players to local club legends, Wenger has nurtured them all and used his incredible talent to create some of the best teams English football has ever seen.
When the Football League resumed its activities in 1919 after World War I, Arsenal, which had finished fifth in the Second Division before the war, controversially promoted to the First Division above Tottenham, which occupied a higher place, after the president of Arsenal argued that his club deserved promotion due to its long history, which further stimulated the rivalry between the two teams. As much as Arsenal fans love to hate him, most reluctantly recognize that he was a world-class left-back when he played for the club. Arsenal, in its entirety Arsenal Football Club, known as the Gunners, an English professional football team based in London. You could argue that Sol Campbell should be given the go-ahead in this case, but it's hard to deny the honor to Keown, who served Arsenal for a total of 13 years and who formed the basis of Arsenal's legendary defenses in the 1990s.
Arsenal is one of the most successful teams in English football history, having played in the country's first division (First Division of the Football League until 1992 and, thereafter, in the Premier League) every season since 1919.