The legendary Robin van Persie will always be remembered as one of the best strikers to ever play in Europe. He was known for his strong left foot, dribbling and power header. He is among the few footballers who have been managed by Arsene Wenger and Sir Alex Ferguson. He spent a good number of his professional football career under Arsene Wenger at Arsenal before he joined Manchester United in 2012. He won his first and only English Premier League title immediately after joining Manchester United.
Well, Robin van Persie retired in 2018 and is currently the assistant manager of Feyenoord. During a previous interview with Goal, Robin van Persie was asked who he considers the best manager between Arsene Wenger and Sir Alex Ferguson. Well, his answer might not be a surprise to many football fans who agrees van Persie is right. According to Robin van Persie, Arsene Wenger is the best manager in the world.
Robin van Persie praised Arsene Wenger saying that he owes everything he has achieved to him. He further said that he really enjoyed working with Arsene Wenger.
Robin van Persie told Goal:
"Arsene is just the best manager in the world. This is why I always wanted the best for him. I owe everything to Arsene Wenger. He has been so crucial to me in my development as a player and as a person. I only have warm memories. I enjoyed every minute I worked, trained and played for Arsene."
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