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Arsene Pleads Guilty, Pardew Doesn't

Arsene Pleads Guilty, Pardew Doesn't

Gunners Boss Arsene Wenger has admitted improper conduct after a touchline scuffle with Alan Pardew in Arsenal's 1-0 defeat at Upton Park.

Both Wenger and Pardew were charged with improper conduct, yet only Le Boss admitted the charge even though Alan Pardew apologised to Arsene Wenger and Arsenal Football Club for his actions after the game.

Both managers have requested a personal hearing.


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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Thursday November 23 2006
Time: 10:33PM

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I feel that there is more yet to come on this one..can it not move on to more positive things........
ernshaw
23/11/2006 22:36:00
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Wenger may have been wrong to walk off like that but Pardew was wrong to celebrate right in Wenger's face like that. At least Wenger has the bottle to own up to it!
simmy8_2000
23/11/2006 22:37:00
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there is a strong train of thought here that pardew issued a racial slur to our manager. If so, the fourth official will have heard it and iut will come out at the hearing. And if it's proved so, then throw the book at pardew. Seeing as we'rethe nation that leads the 'let's kick racism out of football' campaign, if we fans and the players are doing the utmost, then the managers must take part too, and also lead by example. If pardew is guilty of this, then, well, he should be censured. »»Arsene Knows««
Wingston75
23/11/2006 23:01:00
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No, Wingston - throw the book at Wenger. He was wrong and he has admitted it. What an appalling example to young people. He should sit in the stand for six months and pay a moth's salary to charity.
Greybeard
24/11/2006 06:44:00
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just ;eave it atleast mr wenger admits he is guily but pardew what that word im thinking of it in me head oh yh COWARD!!!!!
jammyjimbob
24/11/2006 07:58:00
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If there had been a 'racist' slur it would have come out well before now and if the fourth official had heard it then the charge against Pardew would be substantially more than improper conduct. Shame on those making those comments about a man who's married to a foreign woman .. that is the definition of cowardice, jammyjimbob. Wenger has already said that he doesn't know how to lose and fair enough .. Pardew probably celebrated too much - I think he encroached out of his own technical area and this set off Wenger. What was most pathetic though was Wenger's refusal to shake hands at the end of the game, an appalling example to set kids and conduct straight out of the Mourinho book of poor sportsmanship.
Sir_Harry
24/11/2006 08:49:00
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and they'll look at the Spurs game at Highbury last season and wonder if Arsene has form.
Sir_Harry
24/11/2006 08:50:00
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I, for one, dont have a problem that arsene is a bad loser, but shoving pardew away was a little over the top. I think this is an effort by arsene to put the whole episode behind him and move on. There are much more important things to look ahead to.
prits
24/11/2006 09:21:00
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Not Shaking hands is a disgrace to everyone who plays the sport watches and pays to take their kids. Whinger should be banned not just docked a bit of beer money. GROW UP ARSE HOLE WHINGER LE WIMP!!!!!!!!!!!! The man has no balls. He looked like was about to cry after chucking his dummy out. Lets see what reaction he gives when The mighty lillywhites give the arse a football lesson.
cockeril
24/11/2006 10:06:00
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Have you noticed the spurs morons only come here to comments the day after a win?!?!!
Rocky7
24/11/2006 11:11:00
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