8 possible future jobs for Arsene Wenger once he eventually leaves Arsenal

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“I know what I will do with my future, you will soon know.”

They were the words an embattled Arsene Wenger spoke after his side’s dismal 3-1 defeat to West Bromwich Albion.
Rather amazingly, he also admitted he’s yet to tell ANYONE – including his employers – what his intentions are at the end of the season.

And with #WengerOut fury growing , the likelihood that he’ll be calling it a day as Gunners boss at the end of the season is increasing.

But what could the future hold for the long-serving Frenchman once he calls it quits at the Emirates?

We’ve put our Row Zed thinking caps on and come up with this handy list of potential jobs Arsene would be best suited to…

Become Brexit Secretary

“Look, we need little bit more sovereignty” (Photo: AFP/Getty)

He’s become an expert at efficiently getting Arsenal out of Europe, so his skills could be vital once we trigger Article 50.


“Is your sight little bit short?” (Photo: Getty)

He’s been at Arsenal for over 20 years – and for over 20 years he’s been (often selectively) missing things happening right in front of him on the pitch (or indeed up in the sky).

Once he packs up his desk at the club, he could get his vision seen to and start helping others with similar afflictions.

Work in a bottling factory

He’s overseen a few squads of bottlejobs in his time at Arsenal, so it’d make sense to head up a new team of professional bottlers at a factory, wouldn’t it?

Coat/sleeping bag model

Nobody wears a coat quite like Arsene Wenger. He could make a very healthy living showcasing the latest coat/sleeping bag hybrids, assuming someone shows him how the zip works first.

Be the injection of youth on the club’s board

Arsenal fans have long called for a freshening up of the boardroom at the Emirates, which currently includes 77-year-old Sir Chips Keswick, 82-year-old Ken Friar, 74-year-old Lord Harris of Peckham (seriously) and 69-year-old owner Stan Kroenke.

At a sprightly 67 years of age, Wenger could be just the man to inject some much-needed youth upstairs.

Well, he’s been in charge of the library that is Emirates Stadium since 2006, after all.

Apply for the Arsenal job in disguise

“Hello, Mr Kroenke. My name is Arsheen Winger and I would like to formally apply for the position of manager of this football club.”

Continue as a football manager

This may sound a little out of left field, but stay with us. We know it sounds crazy, but Wenger could also continue being a professional football manager, either with a European giant like Barcelona or as boss of the French national team.

One thing’s for sure: it’s going to be exciting to see what he opts for next…


Source : The Mirror

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