Arsene Wenger Banned For Three Matches And Fined £40000

Terry Joseph
January 6, 2018

Wenger admitted a charge of using inappropriate language in the row, and has subsequently been given a three-game touchline ban for his actions, confirmed in a statement released by the FA on Friday afternoon.

Wenger was angered by referee Mike Dean after his side's draw at The Hawthorns, where Calum Chambers conceded a late penalty for handball.

He will also have to watch on from the stands for the first-leg of their Carabao Cup semi-final against Chelsea and the Premier League match against Bournemouth.

Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger has received a three-match touchline ban and been fined £40,000 for his behaviour in the referee's changing room after Sunday's game against West Brom.

The Gunners boss has also been fined £40,000 for his behaviour, the FA has announced.

Arsene Wenger says he serves the game with "honesty and integrity" and refused to back down despite facing up to the prospect of a stadium ban.

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Wenger appeared to suggest after the Chelsea game that there may be a conspiracy against his team.

The Chelsea number 10 converted with aplomb, and although Arsenal ultimately rallied to a draw, the penalty had a telling impact on the outcome. "I want to be the boss".

"From what I've heard and seen in tunnels and dressing rooms down the years, I'm surprised and shocked to be charged", Wenger, who did not request a personal hearing to the first charge, said in a press conference this morning, per The Telegraph.

He added: "You imagine that I've been in the game for 21 years".

Regarding the penalty awarded for Héctor Bellerín's challenge on Hazard, he said: "I think it was a yellow card for Hazard". One hundred per cent (he dived). "I have a right to have my opinion and I respect everybody's opinion".

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