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Should Arsene Wenger replace Zinedine Zidane at Real Madrid?

Zinedine Zidane unexpectedly resigned from managing Real Madrid, and Arsene Wenger is one of the names being thrown around to replace him. With three Premier League Championships to his name, Wenger would be a perfect fit with the already successful club. Still, the French coach hasn't won a league championship since 2004 and never won a Champions League title. He won't help the team at all. What do you think? 

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Three Premier League titles, three Premier League coach of the year awards, and seven FA Cup championships—Arsene Wenger is the winner Real Madrid needs to keep the ball rolling.

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Arsene Wenger was a great coach—10 years ago. He may have FA Cup titles, but he hasn't won the Premier League Championship in over a decade prior to his retirement. He also never won a Champions League title. You can't hire someone for a high-profile job like Real on the hopes they will deliver something they've never done, or have not done, in a really long time. Wenger should stay retired.

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