Wenger's been suspended for three games and fined £40,000 for doing nothing more than speaking the truth - that Mike Dean is an bad referee who has no business anywhere near anything above a Sunday league pitch, ever.
The incident in question was when Calum Chambers was penalised for handball in the box by referee Mike Dean.
Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger has received a three-match touchline ban and been fined £40,000 for his behaviour in the referee's changing room after Sunday's game against West Brom. He has also been fined £40,000.
"I think the referee has not even seen it, he's not seen it", said Wenger, as quoted by the Independent.More news: Game of Thrones author lines up Irish sci-fi show
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The Chelsea number 10 converted with aplomb, and although Arsenal ultimately rallied to a draw, the penalty had a telling impact on the outcome.
"I respect everyone's opinion".
"I maintain what I said in the press conference (after the Chelsea game) - 100 per cent".
"I have nothing to change in that".
"I try to serve this game with honesty and integrity and when I have something to say I will say it". "What I've seen and heard in the corridors from people, you might understand that I'm surprised and shocked at having been charged". I feel it was a yellow card for Hazard.
Wenger exchanged frank words with referee Mike Dean after the match, an argument that continued into the referees' changing room. "I have the right to have an opinion". That's why I can also be demanding and what I want from them is to be at the top.