Sunday, 22 January 2017

'I Should Have Shut Up', Arsene Wenger Apologises Over Sending Off Incident

'I Should Have Shut Up', Arsene Wenger Apologises Over Sending Off Incident

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Arsene Wenger has admitted his wrong doing during Arsenal's game with Burnley at the Emirates on Sunday.

His rage knew no bounds when a late penalty was awarded to the Clarets shortly after Granit Xhaka was sent off for a double-legged challenge.

The French boss vented his anger and for this reason was ordered to leave the touchline for the tunnel.

Thereafter, he was involved in a bust-up which saw him push the fourth official (Anthony Taylor) who asked him to obey instructions when the Arsenal boss was trying to peep back onto the pitch.

At his post-match press conference, the Frenchman issued an apology for his reaction which he now regrets

“I regret everything,” he said. “I should have shut up and gone in and gone home. And I apologize for that.”

We are waiting to see what verdict will be passed by the FA. If the case is taken up, then there are chances that Wenger will serve a touchline ban at least.

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