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Wenger's five greatest moments (6)

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The Invincibles

Played 38, Drew 12, Lost 0. That is the Premier League record of Arsenal's 2003/04 unbeaten run. In all competitions, it is an English top-flight record dating back to 1889, when Preston North End went unbeaten.

The Arsenal team of that season included the likes of Thierry Henry, Patrick Vieira and Dennis Bergkamp in their prime, as well as Sol Campbell, Gilberto Silva and Freddie Ljungberg. By 2003/04, just Dutchman Dennis Bergkamp was the only key player not signed by Arsene Wenger before the start of this season.

The Invincible season of 2003/04 is an all-time great achievement for Arsene Wenger and Arsenal, and a feat that may never be replicated in the English top flight.

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Arsene Wenger has many fantastic moments in his 17 years at the Arsenal helm, and with talk of a new contract on the horizon, Wenger may be gearing up to mount yet another challenge on the top domestic and European honours.

If the signing of Mesut Özil is anything to go by, Arsenal are ready to compete for the top players and the top honours again. Arsene Wenger might be ready for a few more great moments as Arsenal manager.

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