Arsene Wenger slammed a customary of Premier League refereeing after Arsenal were denied feat during West Brom by a argumentative late penalty.
The Gunners were streamer for a 1-0 feat during a Hawthorns before arbitrate Mike Dean cruelly penalised Calum Chambers in a 88th notation for a sport in a box.
Wenger and his players were angry by a decision, with a Arsenal manager opposed Dean in a hovel afterwards.
So blissful Mike Dean doesn’t seem conceited on a representation during games… So blissful he communicates with players as well…
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“It’s unsatisfactory to see that though what can we do? You can speak and speak and speak though it doesn’t change anything,” pronounced Wenger.
“I would like to remind that we did quarrel really tough with David Dein [former FA vice-chairman] many years ago that a referees turn veteran though their level, unfortunately, doesn’t go up.
“It’s formidable to accept. It’s some-more than a preference that is concerned in that and it is not a initial time it has happened.
Arsenal record with Mike Dean as arbitrate given 2006/07:
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“But it’s best we don’t speak about it. We know deeply what it is going on and we only have to understanding with it.”
Even West Brom manager Alan Pardew concluded with Wenger’s disappointment over a decision, notwithstanding a indicate holding a Baggies off a bottom of a table.
“If we was a hostile manager afterwards we competence not have suspicion it was a penalty,” pronounced Pardew.