Arsene Wenger gets four match touchline ban and £25,000 fine
Arsene Wenger has received a four match touchline ban, and been fined £25,000, by the Football Association (FA).
Wenger accepted the FA charge of misconduct for his behaviour during the 2-1 Premier League win over Burnley on Sunday.
The FA charged him with verbally abusing and pushing fourth official Anthony Taylor, after being sent off by referee Jon Moss for disputing the award of a 92nd penalty to Burnley.
He will miss Saturday’s FA Cup tie against Southampton and the Premier League matches against Watford, Chelsea and Hull.