Friday, 27 January 2017

Arsenal Coach Arsene Wenger Fined and Banned for four games for Misconduct.

Wenger has been banned with immediate effect over his spat with officials during Arsenal's game with burnley.

He was Charged by the FA for Misconduct, he accepted the charge.

Arsene Wenger pushed and verbally abused Anthony Taylor the fourth official during the game against Burnley on sunday.

He was sent off by the referee Jon Moss.

He was furious after the referee awarded a late penalty to Burnley which Andre Gray converted.

A game Arsenal eventually won after they were also awarded a controversial penalty converted by Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez.

He was Also Fined £25,000 for his unruly behaviour.

"It was Alleged that in or around the 92nd minute, he used abusive and / or insulting words towards the fourth Official."

"Following his dismissal from the technical area, his behaviour in remaining in the tunnel area and making physical contact with the fourth official Anthony Taylor, amounted to improper conduct." - FA Statement.

Wenger said he would not contest the charge.

The Arsenal boss will miss the game against Southampton, Chelsea Watford and Hull city.

He commended the relentless ability of his players, despite the setback they didn't give in, they kept going  and eventually they won the game.