Arsene Wenger was revolutionary when he first arrived at Arsenal, as he seemed to opt against implementing a traditional style of play and instead preferred to instil his own brand of football.
The Premier League has developed a reputation for unpredictability, and that largely stems from the footballing culture in England. The ball is constantly loose and in a state of flux on the pitch. There is a lack of stability, hence why almost anything can happen and why any team can win.
Former Arsenal boss Wenger was arguably the first to recognise the benefits of incorporating control over proceedings.
Instead of hitting long passes, forcing consistent turnovers and battling in the middle of the pitch for large periods, Wenger instructed…