The Arsenal boss could be disciplined action by Uefa after arguing with the officials during his side's European exit at the hands of AC Milan last month
Despite a comprehensive win in the second leg last month, it was not enough to see the Gunners progress to the next stage of the competition.
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And Wenger expressed his fury with some of the decisions of Damir Skomina, the Slovakian referee on the night, allegedly branding his performance "a disgrace".
The Uefa disciplinary body is due to meet in Switzerland this Thursday to discuss the case, despite Wenger remaining adamant that his conduct was justified and that the issue was not dissimilar from the usual exchanges between managers and officials.
Wenger has already served a European touchline ban this season, during his side's preliminary clash with Udinese.
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