On Saturday, Arsene Wenger marks 20 years as manager at Premier League side Arsenal, a longevity record that few coaches can match nowadays.
But for one day during the club's preseason trip to Los Angeles, Wenger turned over the reins to James Corden of the Late Late Show, for a training session in which he leads the club through a singalong on the bus, some creative drills and of course, goal celebrations, including "Bellerin's frying pan." ("An hour totally wasted," deadpanned the titular Hector Bellerin.)
"There's no 'I' in team," says Corden. "But there is me."
Well played, mate. And maybe this Saturday, we'll see the frying pan. We can only hope.
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