Arsene Wenger is without doubt one of the most influential managers the Premier League has ever seen, having first arrived on these shores in 1996.
The 64-year-old is by far and away the longest serving boss in England's top-flight, following the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson last summer.
He's been credited for revolutionising football in this country in the late 90s and is the Gunners' most successful manager having won three league titles and four FA Cup trophies.
That said, rival supporters seem to take great issue with Wenger's perceived lack of sportsmanship and his habit of blaming officials when results go against him and his team.
In more recent times, Arsenal fans appear to have finally grown tired of Le Professeur, with the club's nine-year trophy drought heaping pressure on the French tactician, who will be out of contract at the Emirates Stadium this summer.