Alan Pardew Apologizes to Arsene Wenger

November 6, 2006

arsenal-soccer-ball.jpgThe touchline bust-up between West Ham manager Alan Pardew and Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger seems as though it may go unresolved for at least a little while longer.

Pardew has publicly apologized to Wenger, but as of yet, the Arsenal boss has not responded.

Pardew apologises for Wenger row – BBC Report (new window)

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2 Responses to “Alan Pardew Apologizes to Arsene Wenger”

  1. Joestar Says:

    I think it’s great that Pardew came out and apologized right after the match. He’s shown great professionalism. Unlike Arsene, who refuses to even shake hands at the end. Very childish.

    I think, unless in very extreme circumstances which this is not, managers should always shake hands at the end.

    It was a good match, which was unfortunately marred by this incident.

    Oh, and Alan Pardew is the manager of West Ham, not Tottenham 😛

  2. soccergolazo Says:

    Thanks for the heads-up on the typo 🙂


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