Arsene Wenger is FIFA's new chief of global football development
13 November 2019
The Frenchman will be in charge of overseeing and driving the growth and development of the sport for both men and women.
Having worked as a pundit since leaving Arsenal in 2018, the 70-year-old was also linked to the vacant manager position at Bayern Munich.
Arsene Wenger is FIFA's new chief of global football development, football's top governing body confirmed in a press release on Thursday.
Having spent the majority of his managerial career at Arsenal, 22 years to be exact, Wenger will be overseeing and driving the growth and development of the sport for both men and women.
I very much look forward to taking on this extremely important challenge
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