ARSENAL boss Mikel Arteta was BOOKED within the first half of Sunday’s large Premier League conflict with Manchester United after persevering with his touchline theatrics.
The animated Spaniard frequently fumes in his technical field when selections aren’t going his workforce’s manner.
His touchline antics have been closely criticised however Arteta has defiantly refused to tone it down.
And in Sunday’s all-important conflict with Man Utd, Arteta was contesting each determination.
After Luke Shaw pushed over Gunners No7 Bukayo Saka, Arteta bought overly animated and was proven a yellow card by Anthony Taylor.
Ex-England worldwide Matthew Upson believes Arteta is a speaking level amongst referees.
Upson advised BBC Radio 5Live: “I wonder if Arteta’s activity on the touchline has been a talking point among the referees for the last few games. I wouldn’t be surprised.
“He was unbelievable within the sport in opposition to Newcastle and he went too far.
“They’re attempting to make a degree of him needing to tone it down a bit.
“You can’t be that in the face of the officials – or anyone else, for that matter.”
Arteta noticed his Arsenal workforce fall behind within the first half by means of a Marcus Rashford wonderstrike.
Eddie Nketiah did get the Gunners again on stage phrases shortly after, although.
The striker headed dwelling from shut vary to ship the sport in at half-time stage.