Sir Alex Ferguson in special tribute to 'absolute legend' Wenger

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"I think it's disappointing that Ozil with that amount of talent can't find his way into an Arsenal team", Keown was quoted by Metro UK a saying.

Wenger revolutionised Arsenal as a football club, both on and off the field, winning three Premier League titles, including the "Invincibles" triumph in 2003/04, and seven FA Cups - a record for an individual manager.

As mentioned earlier, Thierry Henry also praised his former manager, who lifted 17 trophies during his time with Arsenal.

But a video message from former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson stole the show. But that's well deserved for you - for what you have done for the game.

"Boss, congratulations. Another honour, well deserved".

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The 30-year-old only made just 24 Premier League appearances for the Gunners last season.

"For me that would be enough". It is a fantastic charity and I am really proud of you in taking part in it but most of all for the career you had as a manager at Arsenal, absolutely fantastic.

Arsene Wenger has revealed he as turned down opportunities to return to management in the Premier League, given his allegiance to former club Arsenal. Love you as always and enjoy the night'. "On the other hand, I must say we have good young players who can play on the flanks, [and] that he will have a fight to keep his position".

"An wonderful achievement, hopefully we can see you around again one more time on the bench".

"I think they have a good opportunity to do it this year because we look in front of Tottenham, we look in front of Manchester United at the moment and Chelsea is coming back a little bit, so I think we have a good opportunity to be in the top four", Wenger said.

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