REVEALED: Abusive Phrase Wenger Directed To Referees During Burnley Game

REVEALED: Abusive Phrase Wenger Directed To Referees During Burnley Game

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Decisions made against Arsenal in the Burnley match last Sunday brought out the monstrous side of Arsene Wenger.

The Frenchman was sent off by Jon Moss following his protest over a 92nd-minute penalty award which enabled the visiting side grab an equaliser.

Before the above incident, Granit Xhaka had been sent off after a two-footed challenge on Steven Defour.

Instead of going deep down the tunnel, Wenger stood at its entrance to take a glimpse of what was happening on the pitch, an act which prompted fourth official Anthony Taylor to stand in his way and order him to obey instructions.

Furious, the Frenchman pushed Taylor and said something which we didn't get to know shortly after the match.

Right now, his utterances towards the referee and fourth official has been revealed. According to the Sun, he called Taylor 'fu****g cheat'.

Such an unpleasant outburst now puts him in a situation where he is likely to get a four-match ban which will include touchline absence from Arsenal's trip to Stamford Bridge on February 4.

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  1. He should do it more often against all those corrupted cheats of the FA


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