- Arsene Wenger has been slapped with a three match ban by the FA
- The Gunners boss was involved in a burst up with referee Mike Dean
- It is believed that the ban will give Wenger an ample opportunity to attend George Weah's inauguration in Freetown
Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger, has been served a three match touchline ban after failing in his appeal to charges brought against him.
Wenger 68, had a bust up with referee Mike Dean in his side 1 - 1 draw at West Brom at the end of the highly heated clash.
British media, Sky Sports confirmed the news of the ban via a tweet on their official Twitter handle.
The 68 years old who was invited to Weah's inauguration on January 22 sarcastically said that he will definitely be busy managing his Arsenal side unless a FA charge sees him suspended from his day job - with this recent ban, Wenger will likely be in the inauguration of his former player.
The French manager signed Weah for Monaco in 1988 and providing a fatherly guild for him in his earliest years in Europe citing him as a shining example to the rest of the game.
NAIJ.com previously reported that Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has taken time to pay a touching tribute to his former player and the current president-elect of Liberia George Weah.
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The French gaffer who was in an elated mood that his former player is going to be a president put on a huge smile as he attended to a question related to president elect Weah in his press conference.
According to Wenger, the incoming Liberian leader's story will make a fantastic movie.
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