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Discussion in 'Arsenal' started by Teso Dos Bichos, Nov 23, 2004.
seems like this left the news for a while and is resurfacing. I had not heard anything about this since like the begining of Nov
Wenger has requested a hearing. He probably just wants to say his piece and then accept whatever fine the FA hands out....at least hopefully that's what he does. No need for all of this to have the half life of uranium.
Considering what he said, I cannot see him getting out of this one. He should just accept it and get on with things. Then again, with Arsenal's FA connection anything is possible!
Why shouldn't he get away with it, no court in the world would punish you for stating a fact, Van nostrilhair is a cheat!! simple as that, have you never seen him dive? Im sure wenger could produce a tape, infact I'm sure he's been booked for diving = CHEAT, and before anyone say's it Pires, Owen, Kewell, Hesky, and dozens of others are cheats as well.
We maon at referees, but they don't cheat, the players that do, however make their job very difficult.
Still that said, they're still a bunch of pompus pricks
Im sure ive mentioned this before but Dein is not allowed to vote on anything related to Arsenal. Further more he has said himself that WERE he alloud to vote on anything related to Arsenal, he would vote AGAINST arsenal lest he be accused of bias (which in itself makes him biased but ho hum).
Further more all he said was that RVN was a cheat. Surely to pay a fine against that charge the FA would have to prove that RVN is not a cheat. Good luck with that one. I dont think there is a footballer alive who has never cheated, dived, gone in heavy or late on a tackle, or called the centre back a big fairy to provoke a reaction.
According to the news reports, AW is claims that he didn't call RVN a cheat. If i remember the quote from the game AW said "we know him well, he can only cheat you." I was going to argue that this isn't the same thing, but that what AW's lawyer is getting paid for.
From Arsenal site
Wenger denies Football Association charge
By Richard Clarke
Arsène Wenger has denied the FA charge of improper conduct resulting from his comments after the Premiership game at Old Trafford last month.
“I am not upset by it and it is not a big problem in my mind,” he said today.
“I read my statement well again. I said what I said and I stand by that.”
As AW says, enough already.