Arsene Wenger is apparently set to bring security to Arsenal’s match at Stamford Bridge on Saturday, seeing as he has to sit with the home fans.
The boss will be serving the third of a four-match touchline ban and although there is a director’s box, it’s on the opposite side of the ground. Therefore, after negotiations, it’s been decided that Wenger will be sitting in Stamford Bridge’s East Stand.
As a precaution, Arsenal are said to be supplying their security to make sure emotions don’t run too high during the match, which seems like pretty good sense if you ask me.
Although, given that Wenger’s serving his ban for ‘pushing’ fourth official, Anthony Taylor, maybe it’s the Chelsea fans who should look out…
Arsenal travel to an in-form Chelsea on Saturday hoping to replicate the stunning performance and resulting 3-0 win they managed at the Emirates in September. However, it’s not looking likely given our 2-1 loss against Watford on Tuesday. All we can hope is that the players will be up for it – I’m sure Wenger will be.