David Dein: I Have Unfinished Business At Arsenal
Former Arsenal chief David Dein admits he misses working for the club and in particular, boss Arsene Wenger.
Dein was instrumental to clubs success in recent years and was the key figure with recruiting top talent for the club and of course current manager Arsene Wenger.
The former vice-chairman left the club back in 2007 due to “irreconcilable differences” with the board, linked to his support for the involvement of American billionaire Stan Kroenke. Asked whether he has any regrets over introducing them to Arsenal, Dein told the BBC:
“We are getting on to territory which is very sensitive for me because I felt I had something extra to contribute.
“I had a great working relationship with Arsene Wenger, I respect him enormously and I think in a way that was unfinished business.
“The regrets I have is not working on a daily basis with Arsene. We had that special chemistry that worked for 11 years.”
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