Who was Arsene Wenger’s greatest ever player?
Over the last 20 years, there have been some special talents at the club. We had Tony Adams and Ian Wright who were at the club when Arsene arrived in 1996 and helped Le Boss achieve fantastic success in the 1997/1998 season.
Dennis Bergkamp would prove to be the genius that epitomised Arsene Wenger’s attacking style of football, and managed to win 3 Premier League titles and 4 FA Cups – and goes down as one of our most successful players.
Patrick Vieira as also there from the start and his last act for Arsenal was scoring the winning penalty in the FA Cup Final against Manchester United. A warrior on the pitch, he was a true leader.
Then we have Robert Pires, the man who was worshiped by the rest of the squad when he lifted the Premier League trophy in 2002. He scored some amazing goals but will be remembered for being an assist master. Possibly the most unselfish player we’ve ever seen at the club.
‘Safe Hands’ is also in with a shout as he was Mr Reliable and won 2 Premier League titles and 3 FA Cups with Arsene, even though he was in the twilight of his career.