Thursday, 26 January 2017

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger Accepts FA Misconduct charge

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger will accept FA misconduct charge for his actions during Arsenal's win over Burnley.

Arsene Wenger was sent to the stands by the referee after abusing and pushing fourth official Anthony Taylor after a penalty was awarded to Burnley late in the game.
Arsenal won the game 2-1 after they were also given a controversial penalty later in the game.
Wenger who later apologised was charged on monday, and has been called to appear before the English FA on friday.
Arsene wenger is expected to be fined and Suspended. he said "i expect Nothing" when he was asked about being punished.
He also said; " I have said what i think i have to say publicly, the rest will be a bit more discreet."
"When i don't behave like i think i should behave, i am big enough to say i am not right."
After the game he admitted he should have just "shut up" and "gone home" rather than insult the fourth official.
A similar incident happened with the previous crystal palace coach Alan Padrew he was fined £20,000 and also given a two-match ban for pushing peter kirkup an assistant referee.