Arsenal manager Arsene
Wenger was charged with improper conduct by UEFA on Wednesday
for comments made about the referee following Arsenal's
Champions League exit to AC Milan.
Wenger, who is now facing the possibility of his third UEFA
touchline ban in a year, accused referee Damir Skomina of
awarding their opponents too many free kicks in Arsenal's 3-0
win on Tuesday.
Wenger confronted the Slovenian official at the end of a
disappointing night when Arsenal were eliminated 4-3 on
aggregate despite their emphatic victory at Emirates Stadium.
The case will be heard on March 29 by UEFA'S control and
Wenger was hit with a one-match ban by European football's
governing body for berating Swiss referee Massimo Busacca
following his team's Champions League last-16 exit to Barcelona
He was then handed a further two-match touchline suspension
for violating that ban by communicating with the Arsenal bench
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