Arsene Wenger Returns To Arsenal For Poaching Influential Analytics Chief For FIFA

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Arsene Wenger returned to Arsenal in order to bring in Jaeson Rosenfeld, the club’s data and analytics chief who oversaw StatDNA, for FIFA.

Written By Daniel Arambur | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Arsene Wenger has brought in highly-rated chief analyst Jason Rosenfeld from Arsenal to assist him at FIFA. Arsene Wenger has been working as FIFA's Chief of Global Development for Football since ending his long stint as Arsenal manager a couple of years ago. Since taking up the role, Arsene Wenger has made several changes in order to revolutionise the way FIFA carries out its activities on a daily basis. 

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Arsene Wenger poaches influential Arsenal analyst Jaeson Rosenfeld for FIFA role

Legendary French coach Arsene Wenger served as Arsenal's head coach for 22 years. The influential manager decided to step down from his post in order to pave the way for a new era at the Emirates Stadium. After a brief sabbatical, Arsene Wenger took up the role of FIFA's Global Chief of Football Development last year. Jaeson Rosenfeld is expected to team up with the former Arsenal boss in the coming weeks.

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Who is Jaeson Rosenfeld?

Highly-rated analyst Jaeson Rosenfeld was a much sought-after figure in north London during the last decade. He was both popular and influential at the club. Analyst Jaeson Rosenfeld oversaw StatDNA, which was an internal analytics company, that began working with Arsenal in 2011. The Gunners later purchased the company in 2012.

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