Sterling Penalty - Wenger will face no charge for his comments.

Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by BJL_City, 5 Nov 2017.

  1. BJL_City


    13 Dec 2016
    I think this needs a separate thread, because it's time as City fans that we stand up and back our own up in the media and get Wenger the punishment he deserves for his disgraceful and frankly libellous comments about Raheem Sterling post-match.

    Wenger's comments:

    "I believe it was no penalty. It was a provoked penalty by Sterling, we know that he dives well, he does that very well".

    This is clearly unacceptable. It brings the game into disrepute and makes an accusation that Sterling is a diver and a cheat. This is an outrageous accusation with no basis in evidence.

    So Wenger should be forced to retract his comments, have to state that Sterling does not dive and was wrongly denied a penalty first half as well. He should also be punished under FA rules for improper conduct and bringing the game into disrepute. By accusing Sterling of diving, he is also accusing Oliver of making the wrong decision when he clearly didn't and that is questioning the integrity of the referee, so he should be done for that too.

    I think with another manager making such a public accusation against our own, which is completely unmerited, we need to fight back and protect him. The club should issue formal and public complaints, and anyone who calls up phone-ins tonight should make a huge deal out of it.

    MOTD tonight should be making it the main issue, clearly pointing out Sterling only got 1 of the 2 penalties he should have had, point back to last season to all the stonewall penalties he was wrongly denied and make it clear that Wenger was wrong, that he should be punished and apologise for it.

    It's gone too far and to accuse one of ours completely wrongly is unacceptable, and we need to stand up and fight back now. He can't be allowed to make that comment and let it stick, unchallenged.
  2. Ballet-on-ice


    30 Dec 2012
    It's just Arsene being Arsene. Leave him to stew in his own embittered bile.
  3. bluealf


    4 Nov 2007
    Fucking bitter bastard but he should be punished for those kind of accusations, I bet he never saw the shove in the back in the first half either, the utter ****.
  4. RandomJ


    12 Mar 2009
    Probably bitter Sterling snubbed Arsenal when he asked for him for Sanchez.
  5. Andouble


    26 Mar 2007
    Sort of surprising he's still that sore of a loser, you'd think he'd be used to it by now.
  6. Shirley


    14 Aug 2011
    Desperation from a desperate man.
  7. NewHavenCTBlue


    13 Apr 2014
    I loathe the c***. Arsene FC are a sinking ship and he doesn't know how to handle it.
  8. blueinsa


    21 Nov 2008
    Rag Hunter!
    In a thread thats about to get pulled.
    Its desperate stuff from a drowning man but its not on and the club should highlight it and the PL should charge him imo.
  9. hihosilva


    10 May 2011
    He calls Sterling a cheat but tries to buy him in the summer.
    The truth is Sterling doesn' appeal enough when he gets fouled in the box.
  10. Armaan


    23 Oct 2009
    Lol it was a clear pen

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