Published: Sat, January 06, 2018
Research | By Francis Brooks

Arsenal manager Wenger banned for three matches after admitting misconduct charge

Arsenal manager Wenger banned for three matches after admitting misconduct charge

"He was also fined £40,000".

Wenger will serve his latest ban at Arsenal's FA Cup tie against Nottingham Forest on Sunday, the first leg of the League Cup semi-final against Chelsea on January 10 and the league game against Bournemouth on January 14.

And Wenger was swift to raise the stakes again after the draw with top-four rivals Chelsea, saying the penalty count against Arsenal was "not coincidence". D efender Bellerin later netted an equaliser in stoppage time.

The Championship side host the Gunners in the FA Cup 3rd round.

"I have nothing to change in that".

"I try to serve this game with honestly and integrity". On that front, nothing will change, never. You can give ten penalties like that per game.

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"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. I feel it was a yellow card for Hazard. One hundred per cent (he dived).

"I respect everyone's opinion".

The laws of the game clearly state that a manager shouldn't publicly question the integrity of match officials no matter how aggrieved they may feel about match decisions. It has nothing to do with the penalty. "I have the right to have an opinion".

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

Wenger, though, declined to expand on his comments.

So the last we see of Wenger is in training today, unless, of course, Wenger figures out a way to Bobby Valentine his way into three different away grounds in the course of a week, which would be incredible.

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