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Arsene Wenger says he will not pick his successor as Arsenal boss when he eventually leaves the North London club.
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The Frenchman, who is the longest serving manager in English football after joining the club in 1996, has admitted there is a possibility he may not be Gunners manager next season.
Sir Alex Ferguson, the previously record-holder who retired in May last year after 26 years in charge of Manchester United, hand-picked his successor David Moyes.
Wenger, however, has dismissed suggestions he will do the same when the times comes to leave Arsenal.
“I always said, and you can check that, everybody [has] his job. My job is to do well for the team, not to do anything else,” Wenger replied, when asked if he would choose his replacement.