Wenger is a better coach than Guardiola, say Goal.com readers

Alex Hleb feel the Gunners' manager has achieved more with a less talented squad and has developed world class players such as Thierry Henry and Cesc Fabregas, and so do the masses

An overwhelming majority of Goal.com readers believe Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is a better coach then Pep Guardiola.

93.04 per cent of people feel the Frenchman has better coaching skills than the former Barcelona manager despite his recent lack of success with the Gunners.

Wenger has gone seven years without winning a trophy with his last triumph with Arsenal being the FA Cup win in 2005.

However, he has guided the Gunners to the Champions League in every season since then by finishing in the top four of the Premier League despite working with a lower budget than the teams around them.

Throughout his spell in North London, Wenger has developed players such as Thierry Henry, Cesc Fabgregas and Robin Van Persie into top quality performers which former Gunner Aliaksandr Hleb feels makes him a better coach than Guardiola.

"I learned more from Wenger than Guardiola, but Pep is a good coach," the 31-year-old told Esports en Xarxa.

Despite winning the Champions League twice and La Liga three times in his four years with Barcelona as well a guiding youngsters such as Sergio Busquets and Pedro into the Catalan side's team, our readers agree with Hleb that Wenger is the better coach than the Spaniard.

"Guardiola is not the best coach in the world because he coached the best team in the world, with the best players, and that's why he won," said Hleb.