Britain Soccer Football - Arsenal v Chelsea - FA Cup Final - Wembley Stadium - 27/5/17 Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger celebrates with the trophy after winning the FA Cup final Action Images via Reuters/Lee Smith/File Photo
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Arsenal's all-time record goalscorer Thierry Henry insists a barren end to Arsene Wenger's 22-year reign as the Gunners' manager shouldn't tarnish his legacy.Wenger announced on Friday he will step aside at the end of the season, having won three Premier League titles and a record seven FA Cups during his time in charge.However, the Frenchman, who brought Henry to the club in 1999, has been under increasing pressure to leave due to a 14-year drought without winning the Premier League and even failing to qualify for the Champions League for the first time in 20 years last season.Henry sparked speculation that he could succeed Wenger in February when he conceded managing Arsenal would "be a dream" of his.However, he backed down from those comments when quizzed who should replace Wenger and whether he is interested in the role.
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