Arsène Wenger has taken charge of 1,129 matches as Arsenal manager - and our club photographers have been there every step of the way.
We asked Stuart MacFarlane and David Price to pick some of their favourite pictures of the boss' 20 years at the club - and here are more of the images they chose.
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Stuart says: Here's the boss in training, walking past David Seaman and then goalkeeping coach, Bob Wilson.
Stuart says: The boss after winning his second Double - we were just about to board the plane back to London.
Stuart says: The 1998 team celebrate winning their first FA Cup under the boss - minutes later, I was thrown in the bath!
Stuart says: This is from the first training session I shot after the boss arrived. It was very different from previous ones!
David says: I would have had an even better shot of this but Abou Diaby ran across my shot as the boss was celebrating at the final whistle. Once Abou had gone Pat Rice had reached the noss. I just love the look of ecstasy and relief on his face.
Stuart says: The boss has a word with Tony Adams after winning the 1998 FA Cup - part of his first Double.
Stuart says: Four years later, they'd done it again. This was taken on the parade, which went through the streets of Islington.
Stuart says: We've had some big European nights with the boss in charge. I set up a remote camera on the roof before this match against Bayern Munich in 2015, and fired it from pitchside just before kick-off.
David says: This was taken in 2014, after we had won our first trophy of the Emirates Stadium era. The owner of the flat that the picture was taken from was an Arsenal season ticket holder and was happy to allow me to to photograph the celebrations from his balcony - he even offered me a glass of champagne. It was an amazing parade, seeing so many people on the streets of Islington makes you realise how special the club is.
Stuart says: This was a lovely moment - after we'd gone the season unbeaten, the boss picked up this 'comical Wenger' t-shirt that a fan had thrown onto the pitch.
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