Sunday, 15 September, 2019

Matteo Guendouzi should cut his hair like Marouane Fellaini, says Unai Emery

Marouane Fellaini pulls Matteo Guendouzi's hair Arsenal news: Matteo Guendouzi trolls Marouane Fellaini after hair pull
Cary Erickson | 07 December, 2018, 09:30

When asked about the incident during his Thursday news conference, Arsenal boss Unai Emery had a simple solution for the Frenchman.

Six yellow cards were dished out in the feisty game at Old Trafford but somehow Fellaini, on as a second half substitute, did not receive a caution for the foul.

Fellaini will not face any retrospective action for the foul because it was seen by Andre Marriner, who decided not to book the Manchester United midfielder.

For Huth, the moment on Wednesday night evoked memories of his own tug on Fellaini's now obsolete afro hair.

"I think the best is, for the next match, cut the hair for Matteo and this problem is finished - like Fellaini!"

"When I was a player it was the same". "But today with all the cameras, everyone can catch all the situations in 90 minutes". Some questions are for me between the players on the pitch. "On the pitch, the situation happened and it's between the players".

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On a more serious matter, Emery expects a tough test for the Gunners - who are on a 20-game unbeaten run in all competitions - against Huddersfield Town at Emirates Stadium on Saturday.

"It's a team that is very well organised".

"When I was a player it was the same", Emery went on.

While Emery seems set to let bygones be bygones, you can't help but feel that a free-kick simply wasn't enough of a punishment.

During a post-match interview, Jose Mourinho even quipped: "We scored four goals and drew 2-2".