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 By Nick Miller

Tricky manager transitions as Arsenal prepare to replace Wenger

With the Arsenal managerial job now available, the FC crew assess the possible successors to Arsene Wenger and the challenges they will face.
The FC crew discuss the timing of Arsene Wenger's decision to leave Arsenal, his legacy after 22 years at the club and what he will do next.
The Exploding Heads properly lay to rest Arsene Wenger's most prized Arsenal possession, his trademark long coat.
Mark Ogden and Alison Bender reflect on Arsene Wenger's managerial legacy as he prepares to leave Arsenal after 22 years.

Arsenal will be replacing Arsene Wenger this summer after nearly 22 years at the helm of the club. Finding the right successor can be tricky, especially after so long. Here are other clubs that had to replace club legends.

Guy Roux: 44 years at Auxerre, 1961-2005 (followed by Jacques Santini

Whichever way you slice it, 44 years at one club is probably too long. Roux was 22 when he applied for the job at Auxerre, then a part-time club in France's regional leagues, but he took them to four Coupe...

What the world was like when Arsene Wenger became Arsenal manager

The FC crew discuss the timing of Arsene Wenger's decision to leave Arsenal, his legacy after 22 years at the club and what he will do next.
The Exploding Heads properly lay to rest Arsene Wenger's most prized Arsenal possession, his trademark long coat.
Mark Ogden and Alison Bender reflect on Arsene Wenger's managerial legacy as he prepares to leave Arsenal after 22 years.
ESPN's Alison Bender and ArsenalFanTV's Robbie Lyle discuss Arsene Wenger's decision to step away from the club after 22 years as manager.
Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis provides his heartfelt sentiment and tributes to all of Arsene Wenger's achievements at the club.
With the Arsenal managerial job now available, the FC crew assess the possible successors to Arsene Wenger and the challenges they will face.

Arsene Wenger was unveiled as Arsenal manager on Sept. 22, 1996, with Tony Adams suggesting the club had appointed a bloke who looked like a schoolteacher.

He would go on to oversee vast change during his 21½ years in North London but back in 1996, the world was a very different place.

What was in the news?

The U.S. launched Operation Desert Strike -- cruise missile strikes on Iraq.

In South Africa, former President F.W. de Klerk officially apologised for the pain and suffering caused by...

 By Nick Miller

Arsene Wenger's best moments as manager of Arsenal

Arsene Wenger will leave Arsenal at the end of the season, after over 21 years and 10 major trophies. Nick Miller rounds up the manager's 10 best moments in more than two decades with the club.

This article was first published in September 2016.

10. Henry's first goal versus Southampton

A single goal in a relatively routine league victory might not seem like a highlight of 20 years at a club, but this one was different. One of the great triumphs of Wenger's reign was the purchase of Thierry Henry...

 By Shaka Hislop

Bayern remain top; Barcelona, Man City climb Power Rankings

The FC crew are split on whether Bayern Munich or Real Madrid is the likelier side to prevail in their Champions League semifinal tie.
The FC crew are split on whether Bayern Munich or Real Madrid is the likelier side to prevail in their Champions League semifinal tie.
Thomas Muller scores three as Bayern Munich hit Leverkusen for six in the DFB Pokal semifinals.
The FC guys talk Bayern Munich's underwhelming performances of late and identify who the favourite of the four remaining teams is in the Champions League.

There is no change among the leading four but Spain's champions-elect, as well as two confirmed title winners, are on the rise.

Dropping out: Manchester United.

Agree? Disagree? Let us know, and watch Shaka defend his picks on ESPN FC TV!

Shaka Hislop played for over 10 years in the Premier League and represented Trinidad and Tobago at the 2006 World Cup. Watch him on ESPN FC TV!

 By Tony Evans

Safe standing at stadiums should return to English football

The topic of safe standing has been in the news following recent actions by the UK government and Premier League.

There is no rational argument against the introduction of safe standing in Premier League stadiums. If the priority for football clubs is the health and wellbeing of supporters, English clubs need to rethink the viability of all-seater stadiums.

The Premier League has said that more evidence is needed to determine if fans want safe standing. The ruling body's own poll suggests only five percent of those contacted are in favour of the introduction of standing areas. The subject is "complex and nuanced",...

ESPN FC  By Dale Johnson

Premier League: What is still at stake in the 2017-18 season?

Manchester City have wrapped up the Premier League title with a month to spare, courtesy of Manchester United's shock home defeat to basement boys West Bromwich Albion on Sunday.

It's the first thing to be decided this season, but there's still lots to play for in the remaining weeks. Here, we take a look at the outstanding issues.

Champions League places

Who qualifies: Positions 1-4 (group stage)
Who's in already: Manchester City
Who's still in contention: Manchester United (74), Liverpool...