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Sport Pépe insults: Arsenal announce the consequences

23:10  23 november  2020
23:10  23 november  2020 Source:   sport1.de

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Pépé was red-carded for clash with Alioski on Sunday and the Leeds player’s family are also believed to have been targeted.

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The red card from Arsenal star Nicolas Pépé against Leeds on Sunday evening has consequences not only for him. The Gunners also want to take action against the fans.

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A used day for Arsenal striker Nicolas Pépé.

The Ivory Coast international was sent off in the 51st minute of the game against Leeds United after a headbutt against Leeds striker Ezgjan Alioski.

Following the VAR review, referee Anthony Taylor had no choice but to show Pépé the red card. Test

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Arsenal coped with the sending-off of Nicolas Pepe for a headbutt to eke out a 0-0 draw at Leeds in the Premier League on Sunday. The Ivory Coast international was shown a straight red card in the 51st minute after an off-the-ball incident in which he walked up to Ezgjan Alioski and moved his head

An Arsenal statement on the matter read: "We utterly condemn the vile abuse directed at Nicolas Pepe and Ezgjan Alioski on social media following our match against Leeds United. "This is completely unacceptable and we will be working with the police and authorities to do everything we can to trace

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Consequences for fans too

The red card will probably result in a long suspension, but the Arsenal fans will also have an aftermath calculate.

After the game, many could not hold back their disappointment. On social media, they insulted both the 25-year-old and Alioski.

The club now wants to take action against them.

"Loathsome abuse" by the fans

"We strongly condemn the hideous insults that were directed against Nicolas Pepé and Ezgjan Alioski on social media after our game against Leeds United. That is totally unacceptable and we will with the police and them Authorities are working together to do everything we can to locate and prosecute the culprits, "the club said via Twitter .

Pépé, who came from Lille in 2019 for 80 million euros, has been completely behind expectations for almost a year and a half. Depending on the length of the sentence, it could be some time before Gunners head coach Mikel Arteta gives him another chance.

Arsenal's Pepe apologises after red card against Leeds United .
He was dismissed in just his second Premier League start of the season and Arsenal's Nicolas Pepe has taken to social media to apologise.The 25-year-old was shown a straight red after 51 minutes at Elland Road for headbutting Ezgjan Alioski.

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