Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has been in charge of the club for over 10 years and the Frenchman is in no mood to leave the Emirates anytime soon. The former AS Monaco coach, who is credited with revolutionizing the game in England, says:
I was asked on Thursday when I want to retire and I said ‘I don’t know’. It could be tomorrow, it could be 10 years.
You must be destroyed when you lose and happy when you win in this job. It feels like that but that’s why you are in the job.
It’s a balance between internal desire, that instinctive animal desire to fight and win, and being wise enough to make the right decisions.
You continue because of a mixture of things, but you must have that physical drive to want to win and be able to last the distance under pressure.
Of course that is why Alex Ferguson is still doing the job.
As long as winning means something to you, you go for it because you sacrifice nearly everything for the next game and you live life like a professional football player.
That means if it’s not so important any more you are not ready to sacrifice, to not go out and prepare like a player.
You only do that because it has massive meaning for you to win.
Arsenal fans can certainly not imagine life without the French professor and even the neutrals wouldn’t like the philosophic Wenger tp move away from the Emirates. He is wanted and needed both by Arsenal and the English Premiership.