Wenger: “I Could Have Coached Juventus, But I Had a Fatal Flaw”

Legendary Arsenal tactician Arsene Wenger has revealed an astonishing fact from his time in the Arsenal dugout.

Since leaving the helm at the Emirates Stadium, Wenger has been without a club, but currently manages operational functions at FIFA as Chief of Global Football Development.

Several world-class managers have come and gone at Juventus and Wenger’s comments only strengthen his reputation as one of the modern game’s finest managers, having stuck with his beloved Arsenal for 22 long years.

In a recent revelation from a documentary, according to Calciomercato, Wenger explained: “I could have coached the French national team, the English one, Real Madrid and also Juventus, PSG and Manchester United

Reaffirming his ties at the club where he managed no less than 1230 games, Wenger continued: “…but my fatal flaw is that I love too much where I’ve been.”

In a fabled 22-year period with Arsenal, he led Arsenal to successive Premier League (x3), FA Cup (x7) and FA Community Shield (x8) titles, making him a manager that would probably succeed anywhere, let alone Italy.