He will complete it with the league game against Bournemouth on January 14.
The new season appeared to be shaping up into a two-horse race between the Manchester clubs, but as Manchester United started to stutter in the autumn, Manchester City just kept on going, and an 18-match winning streak means they have nearly wrapped up the 2017/18 title already.
Hector Bellerin praised Arsenal's fighting spirit after the defender helped rescue a 2-2 draw for his side at the Emirates on Wednesday night after earlier conceding a penalty.
FA bosses have asked the 68-year-old to provide "observations" of events over the past week, and Wenger does not intend to backtrack on the comments made in the heat of the moment. Bellerin's later equalizer wiped out Marcos Alonso's strike.
U.S. announces suspension of security assistance to Pakistan
Asif added that all financial aid from the United States had been "properly audited" and that "services [were] rendered". As such, total USA aid allocated to Pakistan-both civilian and military-since 2001 is $19.354 billion.
A ccording to Arsenal's manager of more than 21 years, officials get a soft ride in the media.
"Yes I have been asked and I maintain what I said in the press conference, 100%", he told reporters on Friday morning.
"You have watched the game which included favorable refereeing decisions for Tottenham?"
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has been sanctioned for misconduct after the club's 1-1 draw with West Bromwich Albion in the English Premier League last Sunday.
Powerball ticket sold in central Iowa wins $1 million prize
Five Iowa Lottery players have now claimed prizes of at least $1 million in calendar year 2017, all of them in the Powerball game. It could be a mega-powerful New Year's Eve weekend with the drawing of a Powerball jackpot exceeding $300 million.
Meanwhile, Wenger intends to contest a charge of misconduct from the Football Association.
"It was non-stop football, running up and down", said Bellerin.
"I try to serve this game with honesty and integrity and when I have something to say I will say it".
Spotify hit with $1.6 billion lawsuit
The suit seeks damages of $150,000 apiece for more than 10,000 songs represented by Wixen that it says are unlicensed. The complaint alleges that as much as 21 percent of the 30 million songs on Spotify are not licensed for use.