Talk about unfair officiating, the Arsenal vs Sunderland game is another point of reference. As much as I didn’t want Arsenal to win (I even predicted a shock defeat for them), the assistant referee’s offside call on Arshavin actually leaves much to be desired. It shocks me that rather than address these unacceptable shortfalls from match officials, the FA is busy charging great managers for improper conduct. Tell me, whose conduct is more improper, the managers’ (who express their dissatisfaction over bad calls that affect the results of games they prepared hard to win) or the FA and their match officials’ (who seem to be making more and more wrong calls). I think it’s high time someone told the FA that football is a passionate game, which involves people’s emotions. They should stop toying with people’s emotions and allow the managers to express themselves. Afterall, everybody is entitled to freedom of speech and don’t forget it’s a game! If players and managers can be critcised why can’t we criticise refs too. It’s high time this hypocrisy stopped. You needed to see Mr Wenger’s eyes yesterday, they were redder than Ferggies after the Atkinson horror.