Arsene has been honest and has not looked for excuses. However in the media there has already been the repetition of the same old 'whinger Wenger' and 'didn't see it' coming from the same old biased cretins. On the BBC's show Mark Chapman and Robbie 'vacuum' Savage delighted in misinterpreting Arsene's comments and calling him various insulting names. Unbelievable.
With reckless and dangerous tackles the term 'not that kind of player' is both a useless and meaningless one, hence I am not a fan of Goodplaya's controversial headline. It matters not whether the player cradles orphans of picks the wings off insects in their free time, this is irrelevant, what matters is that they are consistently judged on their actions on the pitch.
Jack's tackle was a very bad reckless lunge that deserved a straight red card. If the FA were not impotent fools then it is this kind of tackle that should get an extra ban, I am no hypocrite and I will not try to defend Wilshere's tackle and say it wasn't that bad. It was an awful tackle and it is exactly the kind that needs to be punished more harsly by the authorities.
The thing that stands out in all this is the media's rank bias and inconsistency in dealing with these issues. The media is now very happy to jump on the bandwagon criticising Arsenal tackles, however many of them are also happy to defend violence when they so choose by saying 'it's a man's game' and 'you can't take tackling out of the game' at various times.
The media are a disgrace in my opinion. Arsene has looked for no excuses and taken things squarely on the chin, yet the media are twisting the knife in again and again. Some sad biased individuals delight in this unjustified campaign of persecution, what bitter losers they must be. I pity these fools, they seem to be so eaten up by hate from the inside, what sad lives they must lead.