Arsene Wenger to challenge FA's misconduct charge
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger intends to contest a charge of misconduct from the Football Association he received after the draw with West Brom.
The last match of 2017 between West Bromwich Albion and Arsenal ended up with a not so spectacular result of 1:1.
James McClean put one in the net for the Gunners in 83rd minute of the game, and soon after Jay Rodriguez scored for West Brom, making it even with a penalty shot.
Arsene Wenger is not happy that West Brom got a penalty at the very finish of the game, and he thinks that the judge made a mistake.
Arsenal is now at 6th place in the Premier League, with 39 points. Five points better than Burnley that is at number 7, and one point short from 5th place that is currently being held by Tottenham Hotspur.
West Brom didn't have anything to lose on that evening, because they are at the bottom of Premier League's list, on 19th place, just above Swansea City.
Manchester City is leading with 62 points, and Man United is on the second place, with 47 points.