Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes club values are more vital than winning matches and buying
The French tactician has always touted Gunners values as one of the best in the world and most important things about the football club and has stuck to that stance despite the scrutiny and criticism he has come under in recent times.
With the modern day football so much obsessed with winning games and trophies, and who is doing transacting what in the transfer market, Arsene Wenger took a moment to talk about Arsenal’s values after the club won against Brighton.
Sunday afternoon was marked as a day for everyone associated with the club, with honorary president Gay Gooners Matt Lucas giving an half-time speech.
Such remarkable values shouldn’t have to be lowered against the need to secure win or to buy players, and should be something any football club strives for not minding anything else.
They are worth celebrating, and should not be abandoned just because the football club is not winning matches or even trophies.
Arsene Wenger is one of the few tacticians to discuss such in the public, often to his own detriment.
Arsene Wenger marked 21 years at the Emirates club with a 2-0 win over Brighton on Sunday.