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Ewan MacKenna: Arsène Wenger changed the course of English football in the late 1990s and early 2000s, but those days seem a long time ago.

5th October, 2014
Ewan MacKenna

This is a difficult one. Ask any journalist and they’ll tell you just how hard it can be. You see, we all grew up being told good things happen to good people. And even by relatively high standards, Arsène Wenger is a good person who tries to drag behind him a heavy sack of virtues to his day job.

They’re not hard to find in his philosophy. He enforces fair pay...

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