Arsène Wenger is one of the most successful managers in the game and has twice been a winner of the LMA manager of the Year award.
In a 22-year career at Arsenal, he won the Premier League title on three occasions and lifted the FA Cup a record seven times.
In 2004 he led the club through an undefeated league season, a feat that had last been accomplished 115 years earlier. Two years later he took the club to its first Champions League final.
He started his coaching career in France, first with Nancy and later coaching Monaco to the French league title and the Coupe de France.
He also enjoyed a stint in Japan coaching Nagoya Grampus Eight, where he was voted J-League Manager of the Year in 1995.