Arsene Wenger leads Arsenal for the final time today, almost 22 years after taking charge of the North London club.
Wenger takes his Arsenal side to Huddersfield for their final match of the Premier League season, with the manager stepping down at the end of the current campaign.
The Frenchman made it 1235 matches in charge as he stepped out in West Yorkshire, and his hosts were keen to play their part in the momentous occasion.
Wenger is credited with revolutionising English football as his side brought passing football to the fore having taken charge in the late 90s.
He had won 706 of his games at the helm ahead of the trip to Huddersfield, with a win ratio of 57.2%, being commemorated with a guard of honour as the two teams entered the field.
The long-serving manager met with Terriers boss David Wagner in the tunnel ahead of the encounter, being presented with a framed memorial featuring a Huddersfield/Arsenal half-and-half shirt and an array of images to mark the occasion.
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