Arsene Wenger pronounced some English soccer fans feel they can get divided with anything inside stadiums when asked for his thoughts on new coin-throwing incidents on Monday.
Last weekend’s FA Cup ties during Reading and Chelsea were injured by coins being thrown during players, scenes that Wenger described as disgraceful.
“For years, people in a stands feel they can get divided with everything,” Wenger told reporters during a news discussion forward of a initial leg of Tuesday’s Champions League last-16 tie with Barcelona.
“The media played a small partial in that. You are angry frequently from a stands and people feel they can’t be punished. Then it goes a step further.
“The incidents over a weekend were a flaw and only not acceptable.”
In a many critical incident, West Bromwich Albion’s midfielder Chris Brunt was struck underneath a left eye by a silver thrown from one of Albion’s possess supporters after their warn 3-1 better during second-tier Reading on Saturday.
On Sunday, Chelsea trainer Guus Hiddink cursed some of a club’s supporters after they threw coins towards Manchester City players after they distinguished an equaliser in a 5-1 defeat.
Chelsea pronounced they would work with military to brand a culprits and anathema them from Stamford Bridge.
West Brom also betrothed a “severest of sanctions” if they brand a believer who left Brunt with a cut on his cheek.