Arsene Wenger keen on worldwide management after Arsenal


City have been the dominant force in the Premier League this season, and their tally of 31 points and a +31 goal difference is the best return from 11 matches in the competition's history.

Wenger was left fuming after the match, with his opinion of referee Michael Oliver only worsened by City's third goal contentiously being allowed to stand despite David Silva appearing to be offside before setting up Gabriel Jesus.

Sterling went down in the area under pressure from Nacho Monreal just after half-time in their final match before the global break, and Sergio Aguero duly converted the penalty.

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Wenger is still frustrated by the decisions made in that game, but is convinced City are not unbeatable. "It was a very tight game, they created very little, had very little number of shots on target, one more than us, that's all". At 2-1 we were hugely in the game. "That's why I said the referees don't work, they don't do their homework".

"The referee had an absolutely atrocious input".

And while Wenger admits Pep Guardiola's side are tough opponents, he does not believe the title race is over just yet, telling BeIN Sports: "They are a good side but they are not an unstoppable side". Only twice in English history has a top-flight side gone unbeaten, Preston North End back in 1889 and Arsene Wenger's Arsenal side of 2004.

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"I don't know in what kind [of role], as a director, as a manager".

The Frenchman has always been linked with the Les Bleus national team job while England have considered him on more than one occasion.

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