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Aubameyang “to be fined” by Arsenal for turning up late in the Tottenham clash.

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Aubameyang was set to start in yesterday’s derby against Tottenham but Arteta made a bold decision to drop him following a disciplinary breach. According to the Mail, the Arsenal captain could face a hefty fine for his behavior.

Aubameyang arrived late for the game forcing Arteta to turn to Nicolas Pepe. He was forced to use Willian and Elneny in his shuffling pack. Aubameyang was forced to watch the game on the bench.

Aubameyang broke silence on Arsenal derby’s win against their bitter rivals on Instagram. He posted a picture of his ecstatic Arsenal teammates and wrote ” North London is Red and that’s it!!!”

Arsenal were able to make a comeback and produce a win without him. The Gabon player earns £350,000 a week and it is not yet known how much he could be fined from this portion of his salary.

Arsenal are tenth in the Premier League log, four points below their bitter rivals Spurs. Arsenal have on all occasions finished below Spurs since 2016 and are aiming to turn this around this time.


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While the Gunner boss refused to be drawn into Aubameyang’s specific peccadillo, he warned that:
“We have a way of living together. We have to respect each other and that’s it.
“He was going to start the game, we had a disciplinary issue, we have drawn the line and we move on.
“We have a process that we have to respect for every game and that’s it.

“It was a decision made after evaluating everything and who Auba is and what he’s done.
“We have other players who can play. Recently we have changed the team quite a lot and there are players who are willing to play and deserve a chance, so I’m comfortable with that.
“I made what I thought was the right decision. We draw a line there. Now let’s move on again.
“We know how important Auba is for us, for the club. That’s it. That’s been dealt with so let’s move on.”


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