'Strange' season baffles Wenger

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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes this has been the "strangest" season of his 16 years in English football.

Wenger has seen plenty of twists and turns since he arrived as a relatively unknown coach in 1996, from jostling with Manchester United for supremacy, through an "Invincibles" campaign to securing Champions League football on the final day at Highbury when rivals Tottenham were hit by a bug and lost at West Ham.

The French coach, though, feels for pure unpredictability, 2011-12 has certainly been one to remember. "It has been the strangest because there were changes throughout the season," said Wenger, whose side can finally secure third place with victory at West Brom.

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