Granted access to Wenger's friends and family, players and rival managers, Jasper Rees has written the untold story behind this private man. He follows Wenger from childhood in Alsace, through his stints as a journeyman player, to his coaching days at Nancy, Monaco, Grampus Eight and Arsenal.
In the six years since his arrival at Highbury, Arsene Wenger has made Arsenal FC double Double winners and transformed the reputation of English football in general...Jasper Rees has been granted unprecedented access to Wenger?s friends and family, players and rival managers to write the untold story behind this deeply private man. He follows him from childhood in Alsace, through his period as a journeyman player, to his days as a coach at Nancy, Monaco, Grampus Eight and finally Arsenal. A surprise appointment at Highbury at the time, Wenger has since converted millions of sceptics to his way of thinking. His revolutionary ideas about management, psychology, diet and fitness have turned a team of old English crocks, young French misfits and a Dutch master or two into one of the most sublime footballing teams ever seen.
Jasper Rees began his career as a football reporter in Milan. He has written for many publications, including The Times, The Telegraph and Vogue. He lives with his family in London. He does not support Arsenal.
Wenger: The Making of a Legend by Jasper Rees
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