Arsenal's French manager Arsene Wenger takes a team training session at Arsenal's London Colney training ground on September 27, 2016 ahead of their UEFA Champions League Group A match against Basel. / AFP / Glyn KIRK
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Arsene Wenger would be an ideal England coach and the Football Association should be prepared to wait until his Arsenal contract runs out in order to appoint the Frenchman, former FA executive director David Davies has said.Davies, who spent more than a decade at the FA, believes Wenger would be a perfect replacement and England should appoint a caretaker until the Frenchman's contract with Arsenal runs out in the close season.Davies is more certain about the attributes of Wenger, who has spent two decades in English football and produced several attractive and successful teams, notably the "Invincibles" who went unbeaten throughout the 2003-04 Premier League season.
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