New Delhi: English Premier League club Arsenal's manager Arsene Wenger completes 20 years of service to the North London club today.
The 66-year-old took over the Gunners' job on October 1, 1996, and has since led them to 15 trophies in his two decade long stint there.
Having won three Premier League titles so far, the Frenchman has not enjoyed 100% backing from the club supporters off late. (READ: EPL Gameweek 7, Preview: Attention returns to on-field matters after Sam Allardyce farce)
But despite the recent criticism, Gooners were united today praising their manager.
— Andy Ha (@_AndyHa) September 30, 2016
9 major trophies
1 new stadium, 1 new philosophy
Countless special moments & spectacular football
— The Arsenal (@DareToWenger) October 1, 2016
— Arsenal TV (@Arsenal__Live) September 30, 2016
— Jack McCombe (@jackmccombe87) October 1, 2016
20 years in any job is a great achievement, in football it is a lifetime. What Arsene Wenger has done at Arsenal is remarkable. #Wenger20
— Arsenalism (@TheBimal) October 1, 2016
— Stuart MacFarlane (@Stuart_PhotoAFC) October 1, 2016
6 FA Cups
3 Premier Leagues
— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) October 1, 2016
Twenty years of Arsene Wenger at Arsenal. pic.twitter.com/4pMNGSBAfb
— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) September 30, 2016
Arsenal take on Burnely on October, 2nd hoping to continue their resurent form.