Found December 29, 2012 on Newcastle United FC Blog:
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Arsene Wenger doesn’t have the best record for behaving himself on the touch-line at games, especially when Arsenal are behind, but he has come out today and seems to agree with Alan Pardew that Alex Ferguson on Wednesday would have received some punishment for his harassing the referee and linesman throughout the game against Newcastle. [...]
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