see what mourinho said to wenger after four match ban

Arsene Wenger was sent to the stands some time recently
Arms stockpile went ahead to beat Burnley 2-1 at the
Emirates
A four-diversion touchline boycott, alongside a
£25,000 fine for a man who gains £153,000 a
week as Armory's director, is no obstruction.
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Lessons learned? Not by any stretch of the imagination. Wenger has
away with it. Once more.
You simply realize that had this been Jose
Mourinho showing up before the mouths there
would have been an altogether different result.
Mourinho served a one-coordinate stadium boycott
also, was fined £40,000 last season when he
declined to leave the official's room at half-
time amid his emergency at West Ham.
So which is the greater wrongdoing: Declining to take off
a room, or laying your hands, however quickly,
on a match official? Gone ahead. Wenger's appeal
hostile, the shrewd statement of regret last Sunday after
pushing fourth authority Anthony Taylor in the
burrow, left a great impression.
Without a doubt people could see through that, even the
blockheads sitting on the FA commission.
Tolerating the charge, in addition to a strategic
appearance at the hearing , where Wenger
could indicate regret, did the trap.
Arsene Wenger faces fourth authority Anthony
Taylor amid the win over Burnley
Arms stockpile supervisor Arsene Wenger pushes the fourth
official in the passage in the wake of being sent off
A four-diversion boycott — beginning with today's FA
Container fourth-round conflict at Southampton — is
the best outcome Wenger has had all season.
For reasons unknown, individuals dependably fall at his feet.
What is Taylor, the fella who had his ear bowed
by Wenger for a hour and a half, expected to make of
this?
Paolo Di Canio's push on ref Paul Alcock in
1998 was not a million miles far from
Wenger's scornful burrow at the fourth
official.
Di Canio fled to Italy, was prohibited for 11 recreations
furthermore, booted out of Sheffield Wednesday for that.
Ex-Southampton midfielder David Prutton got
ten recreations when he laid his hands on ref Alan
Wiley in 2005 after he was sent off for a foul on
Robert Pires at St Mary's.

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