Arsene Wenger, Arsenal Manager, looks on during the FA Barclaycard Premiership match between Newcastle United and Arsenal at St. James Park April 11, 2004 in Newcastle, England. Some have done it for more than one club - such as the all-time leader on 12 - others for just one side, such as the Blues bully on eight. "As a kid, I learnt about the country's special resistance, a non-violent resistance, and I was certainly impressed by that because the way we were educated was if someone wants to fight, you fight back", said Wenger.
Tottenham will play Champions League football in their state-of-the-art stadium next season - the White Hart Lane redevelopment to hold 62,000 supporters.
NAIJ.com previously reported that Paris Saint-Germain is reportedly planning to replace current manager Unai Emery with Zinedine Zidane should the Spaniard fail to get past Los Blancos in the Champions League.
Arsenal's title challenges faded upon their move to the new and improved Emirates - the Gunners still waiting for their first Premier League title since 2004. The big clubs will say, 'if two smaller clubs are playing each other nobody wants to watch it.
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The Frenchman also said that a European league was "inevitable", the Times reports.
"They will say 'people want to watch quality, so why should we have to share the money?'"
Wenger says his successor can not be afraid to bring fresh ideas to Arsenal, who have missed out on Champions League qualification in each of the past two seasons. "It will be smaller if it [the big teams] goes to Europe".
Wenger was in unusually reflective mood as he prepared for the final match of his Arsenal tenure at Huddersfield Town tomorrow.
But he believes his most impressive achievement was to keep Arsenal competitive when the financial constraints hit home after the move to the 60,000-capacity stadium in 2006.