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Arsene Wenger 'autobiography': Five extracts (1)

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The birthday of Arsene Wenger was somewhat overshadowed on Tuesday, as the full details of Sir Alex Ferguson's eagerly-awaited memoir were revealed, with few punches pulled by the former Manchester United manager.

Roy Keane, David Beckham and Owen Hargreaves all came in for extreme criticism from Ferguson, who laid bare the full details of his enormous falling out with the first of the trio.

Wenger, meanwhile, given his advanced years will be the next Premier League manager to release an autobiography to much fanfare, and the Arsenal boss is expected to detail his career upon his retirement from the game.

The Frenchman has already begun to pen some stories from his illustrious spell with Arsenal, and we here at GMS are lucky enough to have been provided with some extracts from Wenger's future book.

Wenger goes into great detail about several subjects, including Robin van Persie's transfer to Old Trafford, the toughest opponent he has faced in his career, and urban myths about former Arsenal captain Patrick Vieira.

Click through the slides to read the 'extracts'...


*These quotes are, of course, not from Arsene Wenger, but have been made up by GMS in pure jest. So please, do not take them seriously...

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