Monday, November 06, 2006

Pardew apologises but moody Wenger stays silent..

West Ham boss Alan Pardew has gone out of his way to apologise to Arsene Wenger for his part in the touch line row at Upton Park on Sunday, the two men had to be separated following Pardew's goal celebration.

Many observers including me believe that Pardew has done nothing wrong, and so he has nothing to apologise for. Wenger on the other had appeared to go for Pardew during the incident, he also refused to shake hands after the game, the Frenchman didn't give a TV interview after the game and also he refused to have a drink with Pardew who wanted to sort things out.

Wenger is a great manager, but he's not very humble when it comes to losing. It's not the first time he's refused to shake hands with opposing managers after the game. Arsene sets great standards for his players, but isn't it about time he started acting with a bit more humility and grace? An apology from Wenger should be forthcoming, because right now in the eyes of many it is he who is the villain of the piece and not Pardew.

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