- Arsene Wenger reportedly called Jon Moss a f****** cheat after he awarded Burnley a penalty
- Arsenal defeated Burley 2 - 1 despite seeing Granit Xhaka sent off for a dangerous tackle
- Wenger shoved fourth official Anthony Taylor after he was sent off and could face a four game ban
Arsene Wenger could get a four- game ban for calling referee Jon Moss a “f****** cheat” and shoving fourth official Anthony Taylor, the Sun reports.
If eventually found guilty, Wenger could be out of the dugout for next month’s vital clash with league leaders Chelsea.
The Frenchman has been hit with two charges of misconduct by the FA after Sunday’s 2-1 home win over Burnley and was initially resigned to being handed a two-match touchline ban and £20,000 fine for his behaviour.
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However, ew details that have emerged suggest he could be hit with a more serious four-game stadium ban which would prevent him from having any contact with his players.
Wenger was sent from the technical area by Taylor when his team conceded a late penalty against Burnley and shoved the fourth official as he tried to watch from the players’ tunnel.
The Sun reports gathered that Wenger called Moss a “f****** cheat” which was mentioned in Moss’ match report.