French football expert Arsene Wenger, who led Arsenal for 22 years and played a crucial role in the history of English football, is now working for FIFA and specializing in the development of football around the world. Wenger’s latest project is focused on India and its potential to become a major player in the world of football.
During his visit to India, Wenger met with the president of the football association, Kalyan Chaubey. The Frenchman expressed his fascination with India and its population of 1.4 billion people. He believes that there is great potential for growth in Indian football and that it is only a matter of tapping into it.
Wenger spoke about his team’s motivation to help football growth in India and the importance of convincing people that there is a gold mine waiting to be discovered in this country. He also mentioned Igor Štimac, who has been coaching India since 2019 and leading the U23 national team. Štimac has sat on the bench for 46 games so far, winning 19 times, drawing 13 times, and losing 14 games.
Overall, Wenger’s message was one of optimism and excitement for the future of Indian football. With his expertise and experience, he is confident that he can help this country achieve its full potential on the global stage.