Arsenal chairman Peter Hill-Wood has suggested new club rules could be brought in to avoid a repeat of the Cesc Fabregas spitting row. He has voiced concerns over the appearance and conduct of non-playing Gunners on matchdays, and could ban casual clothing as a result of the incident.
Hill-Wood was unimpressed with Fabregas’ decision to venture onto the pitch, especially dressed in a leather hooded jacket and jeans. He said: “I have to say that I wasn’t impressed with those pictures that appeared. We ought to look at that. And I don’t think it is a good idea for players who have not been involved in the game to go on the pitch at the end.”
He added that he believed Arsene Wenger would now look at introducing a matchday dress code for players not involved in the match.
Spotted on Mirror