"Overall in Europe, you have big, big financial powers and in December you can already say who will win the league". Much like Wenger 60 years later.
He departs as a club legend, nevertheless, for his pivotal role in three Premier League title wins - including the famous Invincibles campaign in 2003/04 - and seven FA Cup triumphs.
"Arsene has done something extraordinary at Arsenal", said Wagner.
Wenger, who steps down this summer after 22 years in charge of the north London club, told journalists that the Gunners had performed miracles in beating the drop year on year during his tenure. "It will be soon because it is a way for other clubs to fight against the Premier League".
Messrs Dych and Howe, two of the most talented young managers in the league, can split the shares here.
The Terriers needed a point at Chelsea to ensure against an instant return to the Sky Bet Championship following last Sunday's goalless draw at champions Manchester City. Last month it was reported that Federation Internationale de Football Association president Gianni Infantino wanted to "revitalise" the Club World Cup.
But what would having the biggest and best English clubs competing week in, week out on the continent mean for the Premier League?
"So they might get more supply". Swansea boss Carlos Carvalhal saw a promising start prove to be new manager bounce rather than anything sustained and, even before relegation has been formally sealed, knows he will not be in charge next season. It's a fantastic stadium - but there was something special at Highbury that you could never recreate when you build something new.
The incident occurred in the 75th minute of the game, when Leicester were awarded a penalty following a foul on Demarai Gray and Arsenal's players surrounded referee Graham Scott to protest against the decision. While speaking to Arsenal's official website he spoke about how he will want to change the first leg result against Atletico Madrid, where the Gunners conceded a goal with the Spanish club down to 10 men.