Refree Ban Arsene Wenger For Three Matches, £40000

Refree Ban Arsene Wenger For Three Matches, £40000

Refree Ban Arsene Wenger For Three Matches, £40000

The manager was angry with Mike Dean's decision to award West Brom a controversial late penalty for a handball by Calum Chambers, which Jay Rodriguez scored to deny the Gunners all three points.

"Arsène Wenger will serve a touchline ban for Arsenal's next three matches after he was charged with misconduct", a statement on Arsenal's official website reads.

The agitated Frenchman will also have to pay a fine totaling £40,000 ($54,225) after being charged by the governing body for his conduct in the match officials' changing room following a 1-1 Premier League draw at West Bromwich Albion on New Year's Eve.

Amazingly, that might not even be the last of the disciplinary action against Arsene Wenger.

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But he would also make comments following their draw against Chelsea.

Not only that, the FA have asked for information on that too.

Wenger has until 6pm on Tuesday to respond to the FA's request for his observations.

Wenger suggested before the match that supposed poor calls made in games against Stoke City, Watford, Manchester City and West Brom represented a "concerning coincidence" and claimed that Dean "saw what he wanted to see".

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Arsenal conceded another late spot-kick in the Premier League fixture at the Emirates Stadium when Chelsea's Eden Hazard went down following a challenge from Hector Bellerin.

"We looked like we were mentally shot and could have lost the game - we had the resources to come back to 2-2". In the end, maybe it's a fair result. Look since the start of the season; it is what we have to take. "We got again a farcical decision on a penalty but we knew that, as well, before", he said.

"That's my opinion, but he will tell you he has seen it". [In that case] let's forget it because that is not serious, and not the way we want to see the game going. "I'm happy with the quality of our games".

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