Arsene Wenger celebrates his 70th birthday today, which has prompted a ton of messages towards the Frenchman on social media.
The Gunners legend is still without a job after leaving the club in 2018.
So hopefully he’s spending his day scrolling through the wealth of messages directed at him on social media.
Arsenal’s official Twitter account posted a classy tribute to their boss, writing: Happy 70th birthday, Arsène Wenger! Innovator. Invincible. Legend.”
A host of fans commented below the post, echoing the sentiment to the beloved manager.
Some messages had more humour involved, including Paddy Power’s tweet.
The Irish bookmaker posted the now infamous photo of Wenger on a waterslide, with the caption: “The great Arsene Wenger turns 70 today. We don’t know what he’s doing for his birthday, but we’re sure it’s something FUN.”
Wenger famously struggled to zip up his oversized Arsenal coat on a number of occasions during his time in north London.
And one fan decided to use a gif of the 70-year-old struggling in the Old Trafford dugout as part of his birthday message.
Meanwhile, another of the Gunners faithful used a fake photo of said coat, which made the former Emirates boss look around 15 ft tall.
“Happy birthday to Arsene Wenger and his oversized worm coat,” the fan wrote.
One supporter tweeted: “Happy birthday to Arsene Wenger, the man who made me fall in love with this football club,” accompanied which a picture of cartoon character ‘Spongebob Squarepants’ kissing a picture of Wenger on his wall.
While the official Emirates FA Cup account tweeted: “FA Cup legend” – followed by seven trophy emojis representing the amount of times Wenger won the competition.
One account posted a photo of Wenger seemingly dribbling past fellow countryman Zinedine Zidane in a charity match, captioning it: “Arsene Wenger turns 70 today. Still a baller.”
While one fan simply joked: “Happy birthday dad.”
Some Arsenal fans are calling for Wenger to return to the club following Monday night’s shock defeat to Sheffield United.
The Gunners were outplayed by Chris Wilder’s side as they failed to return to the top four.
Jamie Carragher analysed the game at full-time, admitting that Arsenal were outplayed by their weaker opponents, which wouldn’t have happened under Wenger.
“I said it before, I don’t see anything different to when Arsene Wenger was there at the end, I don’t see it. In fact, at times, it looks worse,” the Sky Sports pundit said.