BREAKING NEWS: Arsene Wenger Allowed To Take Charge Against Udinese
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger will be allowed on the touchline for tomorrow’s vital clash with Udinese after UEFA agreed to delay the appeal process.
Wenger was found guilty of communicating with the bench during his 1 game ban that he served in the first leg against Udinese last week. He was subsequently banned for a further two games.
Arsenal immediately appealed the decision, and UEFA initially said Wenger would miss the second leg tomorrow regardless. However, they have agreed to delay their final decision meaning Wenger can now take charge of tomorrow’s clash in Italy.
UEFA’s statement on this decision can be viewed here.
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