Wenger escaped a stadium ban for shoving fourth official Anthony Taylor in the tunnel area at Emirates Stadium
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has been charged with misconduct after appearing to push the fourth official during a Premier League match
Not so long ago Wenger was a common target across football due to a dismal start to the season
Arsenal’s Tuesday drinking club and munching of Mars bars were banished and in came stretching and broccoli
The last time Arsenal beat Chelsea in the league was in October 2011 and for three years they had not even scored a goal against their cross-town rivals
Listen to Arsene Wenger, and you might believe that he has always been the way he is now
2-0 win over West Bromwich Albion took them to 63 points, two above Manchester City, and into the final automatic Champions League qualifying spot
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has described his Football Association fine as a “disgrace”
Arsene Wenger has just two years left to serve as Arsenal’s manager, could he be about to enjoy success?
The Frenchman has never beaten the Chelsea boss in 13 attempts and the pair have often clashed
As Chelsea waiting on the sidelines to be declared Premier League champions, does it matter that some think they're boring?
The Arsenal camp has been split for years on Arsene Wenger - between the lovers and haters
Diving is once again a hot topic in the Premier League
Wenger gave Mourinho a push in the chest when the two fronted up to each other
Arsene Wenger gave Jose Mourinho a push in the chest when the two fronted up to each other during the first half after Wenger ventured into the ...
Recently uploaded footage on video sharing site Youtube shows 64-year-old Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger perform a diving header during a game of beach ...
The Gunners, which had won their last major trophy in 2005, made a come-back from two goals down to win 3-2 after extra time
The Gunners are looking to add the teen striker, who is seen as the ‘next Cesc Fabregas’, to their squad
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