Statistics proves that Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger will remain the greatest manager in the history of the club even if the Gunners lose 100 matches on the trot.
According to Daily Mail, stats have revealed that even if Arsenal lose consecutive 100 matches, Wenger will still remain the best manager with win percentage ratio.
Since joining the club in 1st October 1996 from AS Monaco, Arsene Wenger has led the Gunners into 1,077 games. Astonishingly he as won 627 of those matches and those matches represent 20 percent of the games ever played by the club.
In this time period, he has won three Premier League titles and six FA Cups, making him the most successful manager in the competition’s history. Under the Frenchman the club has also reached the Champions League final, the only Arsenal manager to have done so.
The Professor’s, as he is popularly known as, a win ratio of 58.2 is miles ahead of any other manager in Arsenal’s history. Thus, even if the club loses 100 matches in a streak, which is practically impossible, Arsene Wenger will remain the most successful manager in the club’s history.
Arsene Wenger is under immense pressure at the moment as Arsenal lost back to back matches in the UEFA Champions League and might get out of the group stages itself.
After losing to minnows Dinamo Zagreb two weeks back, they lost yet again to Olympiakos this midweek which relegated them to the rock position in the group.
Wenger was heavily criticised by several people and was blamed for the club’s failure. This is not the first time in recent history that people as well Arsenal fans have demanded to sack Arsene Wenger.
After remaining 10 years without a trophy, Arsenal have won back to back FA Cups in the last two seasons and back to back FA Community Shield. They lack a proper striker and Arsene Wenger did not even make an effort to sign a big name in this transfer window.
It will be interesting to see if the legendary manager actually decides to quit his job on his 19 year, which he completed recently at the club. But one thing is for sure his legacy at the club will be hard thing to surpass for future managers.