Wenger won three Premier League titles and a record seven FA Cups during his time in charge.
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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said he decided to bring his 22-year tenure to a close at the end of the season because he didn't like the image of a divided fanbase being sent around the world.However, Arsenal haven't won the league for 14 years and languish in sixth in the Premier League, on course for their worst-ever finish under Wenger despite beating West Ham 4-1 Sunday.Wenger, though, defended his record at the club and believes Arsenal are in a far better shape to succeed than when he arrived at the club in 1996 .Reports in the days since Wenger made his decision public suggest he could have been forced out by the club's board at the end of the season had he not walked on his own terms.
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