Arsene Wenger is the manager of Arsenal Football Club. He recently became the longest serving boss in the club’s history and is also one of the most successful. However, another season without silverware means the Gunners boss finds himself under pressure, although he did manage to lead the club to yet another top four finish.
Since joining the Gunners in 1996 Wenger has won three Premier League titles, four FA Cups and four Community Shields. Wenger's greatest season in charge of The Gunners was 2003/04 when his squad, knicknamed 'The Invincibles', became the first ever team to go through a whole Premier League season unbeaten.
Wenger came close to winning the Champions League in 2006 but lost out 2-1 to Barcelona after playing most of the match with 10 men.
At the start of the 2011/12 season Wenger's job didn't look very secure as he came under pressure for not splashing the cash in the transfer market, instead relying on his young guns. However, the club recovered and played some attractive football towards the end of the season, finishing third in the league. It has been well publicised that Arsenal haven't won any silverware in seven years and if this pattern continues next season then Wenger and Arsenal may decide to part ways.