Wenger could face charge after 'angrily confronting' ref

Rachel Hardy
October 17, 2017

'Going forward, Wenger needs to recruit a different type of player who is prepared to graft and scrap, ' Keown told the Daily Mail.

Replays showed Hector Bellerin's contact with the Brazilian was minimal although the penalty stood, with Troy Deeney firing home from the spot before Tom Cleverley rattled in a 92nd-minute victor to hoist them into the top four at Arsenal's expense.

They are still without an away win in the league this season with a point against Chelsea all they have to show for their travels. And it came at an absolutely important time for them.

But recent results have shown that Chelsea are a shadow of the side that won the Premier League last season, and their 2-1 defeat at Crystal Palace on Saturday must have been as dispiriting for their fans as Watford's win was for the Arsenal faithful.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has revealed his feeling towards Mesut Ozil's contract situation. "I don't know if he cares enough or not but he's certainly not ruthless enough".

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Wenger publicly blasted the refereeing of Swarbrick and his team after the game, describing the decision to award Watford a penalty after a Richarlison dive as "scandalous".

Troy Deeney fired home the spot kick and later mocked the Arsenal manager's assessment. "But I am always positive about that", Wenger was quoted as saying by the Mirror.

"I can not tell you what is in his mind".

Ozil would then potentially either stay at Arsenal or leave for free in the summer, becoming a more attractive proposition to the likes of Inter Milan and Manchester United.

There could be some merit to separating the blows of their departure and at least recouping something on one of them, but Arsenal will need to be careful they don't jeopardise the remainder of their campaign.

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