Wreh’s six-month suspension comes after he insulted match officials when he was sent off during a league match last month.
Ex Arsenal and Liberia forward Christopher Wreh has been suspended for six months by his country’s football association (LFA), the BBC reported on Wednesday
The 43-year-old, who is a coach of Liberia’s top-flight side Nimba United, was suspended for insulting officials when he was sent off during a league match against LPRC Oilers last month.
Wreh, who was with Arsenal when the team won the Premier League and the FA Cup double in 1998, was angered by the dismissal of two of his players.
Former Arsenal player and coach for Liberian side Nimba United Christopher Wreh has been suspended for six months by the Liberian Football Association (LFA).— Fareed Ander Herrera (@Fareed_herrera) 10 October 2018
His suspension came after he insulted match officials when he was sent off during a league match last month. pic.twitter.com/L7wE0b5kAJ
Two players also suspended
The two suspended players, Michael Fahnbulleh and Darlington Farley, were handed one-year bans for their actions during the game.
Fahnbulleh physically assaulted a rival after he was shown a red card for violent conduct.
Farley insulted and then attacked a match official after he receieved a red card for, also, violent conduct.