Well, Arsene Wenger and Sir Alex Ferguson will always be remembered as two of the greatest managers to ever coach in the English Premier League. Sir Alex Ferguson spent over twenty years at Manchester United whereas Arsene Wenger also spent over twenty years at Arsenal. Both managers won numerous titles during their reigns. Football fans have been debating on who should be considered as the best manager in the English Premier League between the two.
Robin Van Persie is among the few lucky footballers who have played under both Sir Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger. Well, it would be interesting to know who Robin Van Persie considers the best manager between Sir Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger. During an interview with Football 365, Robin Van Persie revealed his best manager between the two. According to the Dutchman, Sir Alex Ferguson is the best manager.
RVP told Football 365:
"Ferguson really was a super manager. It was so brilliant how he always kept the entire squad happy and focused.
Arsene always emphasized all the positive things and he looked at what would work for the long term.
I have had managers like van Gaal who had their own strengths but Ferguson really was a super manager."
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