GROW UP GUNNERS! Weng blasts immature Ars
ARSENE WENGER branded his side too naive after watching them stumble to a 1-1 draw against 10-man Wolves.
The Frenchman could only look on helplessly from the touchline as the Gunners missed the chance to break into the top four.
“It is very frustrating,” he said. “You won’t play many draws like that in a season but sometimes it can happen.
“We still lack a bit of maturity. The way I have seen the game today, it will be one draw out of 50 – but it was that one today.”
Wenger was fuming after yet another penalty decision went against his side.
Gunners players insisted Wolves defender Christophe Berra had handled in the second half.
Ref Stuart Attwell’s decision not to give a spot-kick came nine days after Wenger felt his side were robbed of a spot-kick at Manchester City.
“It looks like for us to get a penalty you have to fight very hard,” added Wenger. “I saw the Manchester City handball and it was definitely handball.
“I’m personally responsible for the performance of my team, but not of the referee.”
Wenger insisted his side should have beaten Wolves despite the appeal being turned down by blunder ref Attwell.
They had taken the lead through Gervinho but Steven Fletcher levelled before the break.
Attwell also dismissed Nenad Milijas for a tackle on Mikel Arteta.
Wolves boss Mick Mccarthy, when asked if was a red card, said: “Not while I’ve got a hole in my bum!”