Arsene Wenger reunited with Invincibles legends Vieira, Campbell, Keown and Gilberto on night out with Sky Sports icon

    FORMER Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger reunited with some club legends earlier this week for a night out in London.

    The Frenchman, 72, was pictured with Patrick Vieira, Sol Campbell, Martin Keown, Gilberto Silva and former Gunners chief David Dein.

    Gilberto posted this picture on Instagram


    Gilberto posted this picture on InstagramCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk
    A group of Arsenal legends reunited in London this week


    A group of Arsenal legends reunited in London this weekCredit: Getty
    Wenger was in attendance for Dein's book launch


    Wenger was in attendance for Dein’s book launchCredit: Getty

    Each member of the group played an integral role in Arsenal’s invincible era during the 2003-04 Premier League campaign.

    Wenger’s side went on an incredible run of 49 games unbeaten and they are still the only team in Prem history to achieve such a feat.

    The picture – which was posted on Instagram by Gilberto – also included Sky Sports presenter Geoff Shreeves.

    Everyone involved was in attendance at the launch of Dein’s autobiography – ‘Calling the Shots: How to Win in Football and in Life’.

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    Also at the event were Thierry Henry, Ian Wright, Kolo Toure, Jens Lehmann and Lee Dixon.

    Each player took to the stage at the Cambridge Theatre in London to reflect on their time at Arsenal.

    Wenger – who managed the club for 22 years – spoke out about his departure in 2018 and why he has not returned since.

    He said: “I haven’t been there. I think after 22 years, I had arrived at the end of the road, and people wanted a change.

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    Wenger admitted that he hasn't returned to Arsenal since leaving in 2018


    Wenger admitted that he hasn’t returned to Arsenal since leaving in 2018Credit: Getty

    “Then I must say, I was always loyal to the club, and turned many clubs down, because I felt my life was definitely linked to the club.

    “The club chose a different direction, that I understand completely.

    “And sometimes you need to change completely to have a new start and not me.

    “My presence there could have been a problem. So I thought I’d stay away completely, and give the club a chance to rebuild a new connection with a new manager.”


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