Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has until 6pm on Friday to respond to an FA charge over his foul-mouthed rant at referee Mike Dean on Sunday. The official had awarded West Bromwich a controversial penalty, which Jay Rodriguez converted to win a 1-1 draw.
And Arsenal’s response to the FA was being finalised on Thursday night in the hope Wenger is penalized this week and potentially avoids missing an extra Premier League game. Wenger, who is set for a lengthy touchline suspension, is ready to accept the charge to ensure a quick conclusion.
It appears to be evitable that Wenger will be slap – with a lengthy touchline suspension the probably discipline. Be that as it may, a stadium ban isn’t being precluded by the FA.
On the off chance that Wenger is hit with stadium limitations, the visit to the City Ground could be the first game the Frenchman misses as Arsenal manager.
Then, the Gunners manager would land himself in hot soup with the FA on Thursday after disciplinary boss requesting that he give his perceptions on remarks made when Wednesday’s clash with Chelsea
Wenger propelled a blunt insult on Dean on Tuesday, saying: ‘He saw what he needed to see and we need to manage that.’ The Arsenal manager likewise implied towards a refereeing conspiracy against his team amid the pre match conference session.
And afterward after the clash against the Blues, the Gunners boss marked ref Anthony Taylor’s choice to grant Chelsea a penalty as ‘ludicrous’.
Wenger could confront another FA charge if disciplinary boss aren’t happy with the Frenchman’s clarification, however any discipline will be a fine as opposed to a ban.