What the papers say: Wenger becomes Arsenal's longest serving boss

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The Sun - Wenger through the seasons
TODAY marks the 13 years of Arsene Wenger at Arsenal — making him the club's longest standing manager.

The Mirror - Arsene Wenger is Arsenal's best ever manager - but if he doesn't change his transfer policy then he might not be remembered as such
Arsene Wenger becomes Arsenal's longest serving manager today. Wenger has been Arsenal's best manager of all time because he has won three league titles and four FA Cups in incredible difficult and competitive times.

The Daily Mail - Bargain hunter: Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger won't splash his cash ... unless it's value for money
As Arsene Wenger probably knows, you can spend £350 on a top-end claret at Waitrose.

AMERICAN tycoon Stan Kroenke has increased his status as Arsenal’s largest shareholder, taking him a step closer to a potential takeover.

ARSENE WENGER might love having a laugh in public but he never cracks jokes with his stars.

The Times Stan Kroenke increases stake in Arsenal
Stan Kroenke increased his holding in Arsenal to 28.7 per cent yesterday, 1.2 per cent short of the mark that triggers a mandatory takeover bid. 

The IndependentClichy full of praise for the Arsenal that Wenger built
Their victory over Olympiakos was the perfect celebration of another landmark in Arsène Wenger's Arsenal reign: frustration followed by brilliant goals. But as the Frenchman today becomes Arsenal's longest-serving manager of all-time, Gaël Clichy said that "Arsenal is Arsenal because of Wenger".

The Daily Telegraph - Arsenal players hail Arsène Wenger as he becomes club's longest-serving manager
It is said that first impressions are often misleading and there can be few more striking examples than the case of Arsène Wenger. Just ask Tony Adams, the former captain and the man who was known as 'Mr Arsenal’.

The Guardian - Arsène Wenger still unsatisfied after 13 years at Arsenal
Anniversaries are invariably a time for reflection and when Arsène Wenger celebrates his 13th at Arsenal he could be forgiven for wallowing in satisfaction. "Arsenal is Arsenal because of him," said the defender Gaël Clichy, who is the current squad's longest-serving player.

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