[Yoshimoto Kogyo Co., Ltd.]
Yoshimoto Kogyo signed a management agreement with Arsen Wenger Yoshimoto Kogyo enters into management agreement with Mr. Arsene Wenger

Yoshimoto Kogyo Co., Ltd. Yoshimoto Kogyo signed a management agreement with Arsen Wenger Yoshimoto Kogyo enters into management agreement with Mr. Arsene Wenger …………………………………………………………………………………………… Yoshimoto Kogyo Co., Ltd. (Head office: Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo; President and Representative Director: Akihiko Okamoto) has signed a management agreement with Arsen Wenger in Japan and will be supporting the company. In 1995, he won the Emperor’s Cup title at the J-League Nagoya Grampus Eight (at that time), and the following year, he became director of the prestigious English Premier League club, Arsenal FC. He then led the club for 22 years and won many glory, including the Premier League and the FA Cup. Last year, he retired as a director. On October 21, he was decided to visit Japan. On October 24, Yoshimoto ∞ Hall (Shibuya) We will hold a lecture at Please check here for more details.
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[Profile of Mr. Arsen Wenger]
Nationality: France Date of Birth: October 22, 1949 (69 years old) Hometown: Strasbourg Director History: 1981-1983 (France) RC Strasbourg (Youth) : 1983-1984 (France) Cannes (assistant coach) : 1984-1987 (France) Nancy : 1987-1994 (France) AS Monaco : 1995-1996 (Sun) Nagoya Grampus Eight : 1996-2018 (UK) Arsenal FC
[Main club titles]

■ AS Monaco 1st: League Anne 2nd: Coupe de France
■ Nagoya Grampus Eight Once: Emperor’s Cup 1 time: FUJI XEROX SUPER CUP
■ Arsenal FC 3rd: Premier League 7 times: FA Cup 7th: FA Community Shield
[Medal / title]
2002: Legion d’Honneur Chevalier 2003: 4th Order of the British Empire (OBE) 2004: Honorary citizen of London Islington 2018: This Knight Grand Commander of the Humane Order of African Redemption 2019: Laureus World Sports Award / Lifetime Achievement Award
[Individual Award]
1st: J-League Best Director Award 4th: Onz Doll Best Director Award 3rd: Premier League Director of the Year 15th: Premier League Monthly Director 2nd: LMA Best Director of the Year Award 2nd: BBC Sports Personality of the Year Director Award 1st: London Football Award London Club Special Achievement Award 1st: World Soccer World Best Director Award Once: FWA Tribute Award 1st: England Soccer Hall of Fame 1st: French Football Award of the Year 1st: IFFHS 10th Century World Best Director Once: Facebook Premier League Director of the Year
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[Principal comments]
Je suis tres heureux de revenir au Japon, vingt-cinq ans apres ma victoire en Coupe de l’ Empereur avec Nagoya, pour passer une belle semaine a la rencontre du football japonais et de sa grande famille. A tres vite au Japon en Octobre It has been 25 years since the Nagoya Grampus was conducted and the Emperor’s Cup was won. I’m back in Tokyo. I’m really happy. I am looking forward to seeing you again in the Japanese football world. See you in Japan this fall! I would like you to introduce it on your media. Thank you for your consideration. Yoshimoto Kogyo Co Ltd .. (based in Shinjuku ku Tokyo, headed by Akihiko Okamoto, President and Representative Director) announces that it has entered into a management agreement for Japan with Mr Arsene Wenger Mr Wenger led Nagoya Grampus Eight during the 1995-6 season to win the Emperor ’s Cup, becoming manager at the famed English Premier League club Arsenal in 1996 During his 22-year managerial tenure, Arsenal won a number of Premier League, FA Cup and other titles Mr Wenger left the club in 2018. Arsene Wenger will visit Japan on 21 st October, and will participate in a symposium on 24 th October. Follow the link for further details:
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Arsene Wenger profile Nationality: French Date of birth: 22nd October, 1949 (aged 69) Born: Strasbourg Managerial career: RC Strasbourg (Youth), 1981-3 Cannes (Assistant coach), 1983-4 Nancy, 1984-7 AS Monaco, 1987-94 Nagoya Grampus Eight, 1995-6 Arsenal FC, 1996-2018 Principal club titles
■ AS Monaco 1 x Ligue Un 2 x Coupe de France
■ Nagoya Grampus Eight 1 x Emperor ’s Cup 1 x FUJI XEROX SUPER CUP
■ Arsenal FC 3 x Premier League 7 x FA Cup 7 x FA Community Shield Honors / decorations 2002: Chevalier of the Legion d’ Honneur 2003: Honorary Officer of the Order of the British Empire 2004: Freedom of Islington (London) 2018: Knight Grand Commander of the Humane Order of African Redemption 2019: Laureus Lifetime Achievement Award Personal titles 1 x J. League Manager of the Year 4 x Onze d’ Or Coach of the Year 3 x Premier League Manager of the Season 15 x Premier League Manager of the Month 2 x LMA Manager of the Year 2 x BBC Sports Personality of the Year Coach Award 1 x London Football Awards Outstanding Contribution to a London Club 1 x World Manager of the Year 1 x FWA Tribute Award 1 x English Football Hall of Fame 1 x France Football Manager of the Year 1 x IFFHS World Coach of the Decade 1 x Facebook FA Premier League Manager of the Year
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Ahead of his Japan visit, Arsene Wenger says: Je suis tres heureux de revenir au Japon, vingt-cinq ans apres ma victoire en Coupe de l’ Empereur avec Nagoya, pour passer une belle semaine a la rencontre du football japonais et de sa grande famille. A tres vite au Japon en Octobre! I am very happy to return to Japan, 25 years after my Emperor’s Cup victory with Nagoya, to spend a wonderful week, reconnecting with the large Japanese football family.See you soon in Japan in October!


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