Arsene Wenger got sent to the stands during the hugely intense ending of the Arsenal Burnley match yesterday, and is likely to be handed an extended ban for refusing to accept the fourth official’s orders.
The Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka has been warned by Arsene Wenger for his dismissal in yesterday’s Premier League match-up with Burnley.
The Swiss international picked up his second red card of the season after lunging with both feet yesterday, and was deservedly sent to the stands. It’s common knowledge that two-footed tackles are strictly straight red situations, so there can be no complaint with the official’s decision.
Arsene Wenger has moved to apologise for his terrible behaviour in which he found himself sent to the stands during Arsenal’s win over Burnley yesterday.
The Frenchman found himself losing his rag as he watched the Clarets awarded a 93rd minute penalty, which was netted by Andre Gray to level the match, and the fourth official moved to send the Arsenal manager to the stands, which Wenger refused.
Arsene Wenger has claimed today that ‘nobody’ is coming to Arsenal this month, a decision which could prove costly.
The Gunners dropped out of the top four of the table this week following their disruptive draw with Bournemouth two days ago, and as tough it is to take, this is the strongest top six we have ever had challenging.
Arsene Wenger has confirmed Arsenal’s first signing of the winter transfer window, and has given him some huge praise.
The Gunners have agreed to sign Cohen Bramall from non-league side Hednesford Town for a reported fee of around £40,000.
Wenger confirmed the move on BeInSports, saying: ‘Cohen Brammal has signed for us. He’s an exceptional physical talent..
Arsenal must be very cautious for their New Years Day clash with Crystal Palace, according to manager Arsene Wenger.
The French boss remains weary of the threat posed by Crystal Palace, and expects a revival in fortunes for the South-East London side under new manager Sam Allardyce.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has called for changes to be made to the system which allows the big clubs to ‘stockpile’ youngsters.
Chelsea had a total of 28 players out on loan on September 1, more than the amount needed for a Premier League playing squad, and so far very few of those players loaned out get the chance to break into the club’s first team.
Arsene Wenger spoke about the latest injuries to Arsenal’s Theo Walcott and Kieran Gibbs following today’s match.
The Gunners overcame West Bromwich Albion today thanks to a late Olivier Giroud looping header, but the three points was one of very few positive points to take from the game.