Great post and well written.
Wenger’s legacy is a conflicted one with me, i still think he could have achieved a lot more especially in his prime years with that awesome side of the early 2000’s, another PL title and a CL one for starters. Also felt he broke up that side far too quickly for my liking. But overall he was successful during his first ten years or so. He did a lot of good for this club and it shouldn’t be overlooked as many have said.
I think his last few years with Arsenal shouldn’t be ignored either which I think die hard lovers and the history books will skip over. He’s let us down on many fronts, poor tactics, letting our best players go without much of a fight, selling some off to rivals, been stingy in the transfer market, been loyal to below average talent, playing right into managers hands with his read it by the book style of play. You could go on with his massive mistakes, also feel he’s been a right arrogant and stubborn old man in the past few seasons that took the shine off him for me. I think he should have stepped down the day we won the FA cup agaisn’t Hull but alas his ego couldn’t let him.
Was once a great manager but now a shell of himself sadly. Definitely a damaged legacy sadly.