Arsene Wenger Suspended for Three European Games.

The UEFA has banned Arsene Wenger for three matches for improper conduct in relation to comments he made about the match referee after Arsenal's Champions League game against AC Milan on 6th March suspended from carrying out his managerial duties for the team's next three European games, Wenger has been hit with a fine of €40,000 (£33,000).

A third time the frenchman has been given a touchline ban in the space of a year and the barring an appeal to will be a blow for the club when they return to continental competition to qualify for next season's champions league after moving into 3rd place in the premier league on the back of a seven-match winning.

And the Arsenal boss was left fuming at the Swiss referee's decision to send off Robin van Persie and the wenger was then handed a further two-match touchline suspension for violating his Barcelona ban by communicating with the Arsenal bench from the stands of the Gunners play-off tie against Udinese earlier this term to his latest UEFA charge came after he criticised Slovenian official Damir Skomina for his performance in the 2nd leg of this season's last-16 tie against Milan.

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