Wenger: Rows show managers care

25 March 2010 10:34
The bosses angrily confronted each other as a compelling Premier League encounter at the City of Manchester Stadium on Wednesday night - which Everton won 2-0 after goals from Tim Cahill and Mikel Arteta - went into stoppage time.[LNB]The pair needed to be separated by fourth official Howard Webb after City boss Mancini took exception to Moyes picking up the ball - an action the Italian interpreted as time-wasting.[LNB]The incident ended with both being sent to the dressing rooms for the closing moments by referee Peter Walton.[LNB]Although both managers played down the incident afterwards and apologised to each other in the tunnel, they could yet face a misconduct charge, resulting in a possible touchline ban, from the Football Association.[LNB]Arsenal manager Wenger is no stranger to clashes in the technical area, having confronted both Tottenham manager Martin Jol and West Ham boss Alan Pardew in recent seasons.[LNB]The Frenchman, however, insists such flashpoints are understandable when passions run high, with so much at stake.[LNB]Wenger said: "I had some [incidents], but we are all under pressure.[LNB]"During a game at one specific moment it can happen that, for a fraction of a second, we lose it a little bit.[LNB]"It can happen to anybody.[LNB]"Even if after the game, 'come on let's behave properly' it can still happen.[LNB]"It just shows that we are humans like everybody and that we care."[LNB][LNB] Birmingham v Arsenal. Click here to bet.  

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