According to the English news network ,Reuters, Arsenal’s manager Arsene Wenger was sentenced to severe punishment on Friday by the football associations, FA, after being charged with misbehavior against the referees.
Arsene Wenger has decided to accept the charge of misbehavior and abusive behavior against the referees, and this will caused the English Football Associations to enforce a three matches ban on Arsenal’s manager which he will serve against Nottingham Forest in the FA Cup On Sunday, Chelsea in the Carabao Cup on the 10th of January, and Bournemouth FC in the Premier League on the 14th of January. Moreover, Arsene Wenger has to pay a penalty of 40,000 GBP alongside serving the three matches ban.
Arsene Wenger has admitted that his abusive behavior in the dressing room of the referees, after Arsenal’s 1-1 draw against West Brom on 31 December last week against West Brom, and Arsene Wenger’s behavior was described as “offensive and inappropriate and questioned the neutrality of the referee, Mike Dean.”
Knowing that this isn’t the first time Arsene Wenger gets banned, and he was banned last season for four matches for a similar reasons, and his assistant, Steve Bould, took charge of the team while Arsene Wenger was suspended during the matches.