(Reuters) – Arsenal supervisor Mikel Arteta dismissed criticism of his behaviour on the touchline after he clashed with Newcastle United boss Eddie Howe and match officers throughout Tuesday’s goalless draw on the Emirates Stadium.
Arteta repeatedly approached the fourth official and had an indignant change with Howe after referee Andrew Madley rejected appeals from Arsenal gamers for a stoppage-time penalty because the Premier League leaders dropped factors for less than the third time this season.
Former England captain and BBC pundit Alan Shearer mentioned his behaviour was “disrespectful” however the Spaniard maintained he has no motive to apologise. Arsenal had been charged by the FA on Friday for failing to regulate their gamers.
“I attempt to do my finest for this soccer membership, to defend it, to market it, to play with the fervour I imagine the sport must be performed with,” Arteta advised reporters on Saturday.
“Each recreation is particular and each supervisor behaves very otherwise concerning the circumstances. And you may’t take the context out of a scenario. That’s not truthful. That’s me! Right here and on the pitch, for the nice and the unhealthy.
“I’ll all the time attempt to be higher… If I’ve to vary one thing, imagine me, I’ll look within the mirror at myself and I’ll change it in a short time.”
Arsenal journey to League One facet Oxford United for his or her FA Cup third spherical tie on Monday.