Wenger wished Ferguson well after his recent brain hemorrhage.
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Arsene Wenger used his farewell news conference as Arsenal coach Thursday to urge his successor to "respect the values of the club".Wenger still believes the club is in good shape for his successor.Wenger also used the occasion to look back, saying that while he considered his 2004 "Invincibles" team, who went through the season unbeaten, the best of his reign, he was at his most productive between 2006-15 .Wenger also during the news conference wished former Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson well after his recent brain hemorrhage and wondered whether any other managers will prove so enduring.
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