With the Gunners in cup action for their next two fixtures, the disruption to their league schedule will be minimal even with a three game ban.
Super Eagles star, Victor Moses' performance in Chelsea's thrilling 2-2 draw with Arsenal at the Emirates Wednesday night has been rated average by British tabloid, Daily Mail, Completesportsnigeria.com reports.
FA bosses have asked the 68-year-old to provide "observations" of events over the past week, and Wenger does not intend to backtrack on the comments made in the heat of the moment.
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After a 0-0 first half, Arsenal broke the deadlock through Jack Wilshere on 63 minutes before Eden Hazard hit back for Chelsea from the penalty spot on 67 minutes. "We got again a farcical decision on the penalty but we knew that as well before so we had to deal with that".
Bellerin's late strike prevented Chelsea from reclaiming second pace from Manchester United. "In the last game against Stoke, I said it was important for the striker to have chances to score".
Responding directly to the FA charge, he said: 'Yes I have been asked [to respond] and I maintain what I said in the press conference, 100%.
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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has been handed a touchline ban for his behaviour after last week's 1-1 draw against West Bromwich Albion. Referee Mike Dean was Wenger's target at West Brom for awarding the hosts a soft penalty for a handball by Arsenal defender Calum Chambers.
Speaking after the game Wenger said: "It was a great football game".
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