Wenger reveals biggest regret of his career

Legendary Arsenal boss, Arsene Wenger, has admitted his biggest regret is failing to win the UEFA Champions League.
The 70-year-old claimed he would swap the ‘Invincible’ Premier Leagues season for the biggest club football prize.
The Gunners made history in the 2003/2004 campaign, when they won the title without losing a single match.
However, during his 22-year stay at Arsenal, the Champions League eluded Wenger.
Wenger came closest in 2006, when he lost 2-1 to Barcelona, after taking the lead with ten men.

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“Yes, but what I mean is – in 2006, we got to the Champions League final and eliminated a big Real Madrid team, a Juventus team without conceding a goal.
“And in the final, we were down to ten men after a few minutes. My biggest regret is that, to win the Champions League in 2006, would have crowned that period and that generation and it is what they deserved.

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“But it wasn’t to be and you have to live with that,” he told talkSPORT.

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