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Arsene WengerPosition : Manager
Born : Strasbourg(FRA) October 22, 1949
Extra Information : Arsène wrote himself into Arsenal's history with the 'double' success in his first full season in charge. He also became the first foreign coach to win the English championship. Arsène speaks German, Spanish, Italian and some Japanese, as well as his native French.
Arsene Wenger
Pat RicePosition : First Team Coach
Born : Belfast March 17, 1949
Extra Information : He played in the 1971 side and was Arsène Wenger's assistant as we won the 'double' for the second time 27 years later. Pat also played in five F.A. Cup finals for the Gunners, captaining our 1979 winners. He spent 12 successful seasons in charge of the youth squad before returning to the first team set-up in 1996.
Pat Rice
Boro PrimoracPosition : Coach
Born : Mostar(BOS) December 5, 1954
Extra Information : Boro was Arsene Wenger's assistant at Grampus Eight in Japan and was a big influence behind the scenes last season.
Boro Primorac
George ArmstrongPosition : Reserve Coach
Born : Hebburn August 9, 1944
Extra Information : Geordie was another of Arsenal's 1971 'double' heroes. He played for the Gunners for 15 years, setting the club appearance record broken only by David O'Leary.
George Armstrong
Liam BradyPosition : Head Of Youth Development
Born : Dublin February 13, 1956
Extra Information : Liam was one of Arsenal's all-time midfield greats. He was three times voted supporters 'Player of the Year' before his move to Juventus in the summer of 1980. His plans reaped early rewards last season with successes in the F.A. Premier Youth League and the Southern Junior Floodlit Cup.
Liam Brady
David CourtPosition : Deputy Head Of Youth Development
Born : Mitcham March 1, 1944
Extra Information : David played centre forward for the Gunners in the early 60s, then was converted to a midfield player. He rejoined us after building a successful career in financial services.
David Court
Neil BanfieldPosition : Youth Coach (U-17s)
Born : Poplar January 20, 1962
Extra Information : Neil was an England schoolboy and youth international. He took charge of the South East Counties squad last season and was also involved in the Southern Junior Floodlit Cup final victory.
Neil Banfield
Don HowePosition : Head Of Youth Coaching
Born : Wolverhampton October 12, 1935
Extra Information : Don is one of the most experienced and respected coaches in the game. He is responsible for overseeing all our youth coaching. His influence was quickly felt again last season, with the youngsters' victories in the F.A. Premier Youth League and the Southern Junior Floodlit Cup. Don has taken over the running of the Arsenal U19 side following the departure of Don Given's.
Don Howe
Gary LewinPosition : Physio
Born : East Ham May 16, 1964
Extra Information : Gary has been the England physio since September 1996, and completed his training in chartered physiotherapy at Guys Hospital
Gary Lewin
Colin LewinPosition : Assistant Physio
Born : Plaistow September 15, 1973
Extra Information : Colin completed his degree in physiotherapy at the University of Brighton between 1992 and 1995.
Colin Lewin
Bob WilsonPosition : Goalkeeping Coach
Born : Chesterfield October 30, 1941
Extra Information : Bob was the first goalkeeping coach ever to be appointed at a professional club, and was Best Man at David Seaman's wedding in 1998.
Bob Wilson
Mark JamesPosition : Masseur
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Mark James
Steve RowleyPosition : Chief Scout
Born : Romford December 2, 1958
Extra Information : Steve joined Arsenal on a part-time basis, but quickly moved into the position of Assistant Youth development Officer. He was soon promoted to the role of First Team Assessor, before being appointed as Chief Scout by Arsène Wenger on the Manager's arrival at the club in October 1996.
Steve Rowley
Vic AkersPosition : Arsenal Ladies Manager
Born : London August 24, 1946
Extra Information : Joined Arsenal as head of the community section but developed the most successful Ladies team of recent times from 1987. Effectively combines his role as first team kit manager with general manager of Arsenal Ladies. Has led Ladies team to every available honour during his time as manager.
Vic Akers

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