In this 24-minute and 10-second video, the renowned football coach Arsene Wenger reflects on his career and the triumphs and sacrifices he experienced. Wenger, a Frenchman, took over as the manager of Arsenal Football Club in London in 1996, at a time when foreign coaches were still uncommon in English football. He introduced a revolutionary approach to preparing for matches, which ultimately transformed the game forever. Although his methods were initially met with scepticism, they proved to be successful in the long run. Wenger managed 828 Premier League matches over 22 seasons, making him the longest-serving manager in the league’s history. In this interview with Al Jazeera, Wenger reflects on whether all the sacrifices he made throughout his career were worth it.