Arsene Wenger Names Top Ten Arsenal Strikers
Arsene Wenger, the Arsenal manager, has named the top ten strikers that he has managed during his time with the club.
At number ten is Sylvain Wiltord, who generally isn’t considered world class but he still scored the deciding goal against Manchester United in 2002.
Number nine is Eduardo who unfortunately suffered a horrific injury against Birmingham City, but he looked a great player and could have achieved far more.
At number eight is Nwankwo Kanu, a man with fantastic flair and skill but he wasn’t the most consistent performer.
Number seven is Nicolas Anelka, while he didn’t stay with the club for long he did make a huge impact while he was there.
Number six is Emmanuel Adebayor who had an outstanding season for Arsenal but is still a cause of divided opinion with many viewing him as lazy.
At number five is Olivier Giroud who has done extremely well for Arsenal this season and could go on to achieve even more.
Number four is Robin van Persie who was undoubtedly a world class performer when he was at his best and is now performing well for Manchester United.
At number three is Ian Wright who is one of the best strikers in Arsenal’s history even if he was slightly past his prime by the time Wenger arrived at the club.
Second place goes to Dennis Bergkamp who was a true Arsenal legend and one of their best players for a long time.
The top spot though goes to Thierry Henry who is easily Arsenal’s best player of all time and one of the best strikers of the modern era.