Iwobi started in the Gunners’ shock 4-2 loss at the City Ground on Sunday and Wenger is ready to take action despite defending his player amid accusations of drug-taking at the late night party.“If that is true he will be fined,” Wenger said during his press conference ahead of Wednesday’s Carabao Cup semi-final first leg against Chelsea.“’It’s unacceptable. It’s impossible to go out 48 hours before a game. I will have to see him and see if that is right or not.”Although there is no suggestion Iwobi was taking drugs, tenants in neighbouring flats reported laughing gas canisters and a strong smell of cannabis coming from the party apartment, according to The Sun.READ: Wenger vows to fine Iwobi if he was partying until 3am on day before FA Cup defeat“It was 48 hours before the game,” Wenger added. “The night before the game we were in a hotel. I will speak to him.”“You have to be cautious with the news coming out – when you read what has been reported it is like he has taken drugs but he’s not involved in that.”“If he was at a birthday party, how long has he stayed? That is very important. After that I will decide what happens. If your neighbour takes drugs, what can you do about it? You are responsible for your behaviour.”Meanwhile, Gary Neville has waded into the debate on when players should be allowed to go out prior to matches.The former Manchester United and England defender took to Twitter to claim stars can enjoy themselves but only a week before a game.Neville tweeted: “It used to be 48 hours 25 years ago. I would suggest now 99% of players wouldn’t go out to a club 4-5 days before a game. At United when I played towards the end I would say Saturday night is ok when you have a game the Saturday/Sunday after.”A source told The Sun that Iwobi and his group had been refused entry to a club, so rented an AirBnB flat in Soho.The partying kept residents awake for hours, and it is thought the antics went on for at least another hour after the video was shot.Arsenal fans were furious with Iwobi’s performance against Forest, describing him as ‘rubbish’ and saying he would be better suited to Championship level with Nottingham Forest.One fan wrote on Twitter: ‘Arsenal should suspend Alex Iwobi for his actions on Saturday night and Sunday morning, knowing he was a “senior player” on the Sunday against Forest. Sheer stupidity and naivety from him. Explains his poor performance too.’Another said: ‘Doesn’t deserve to start now don’t deserve to be at this club.‘We want him sold or contract ripped up and thrown away.’-By Daily Mail-0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Iwobi started as holders Arsenal were knocked out of the FA Cup by Nottingham Forest. Photo/COURTESYLONDON, United Kingdom, Jan 9 – Arsene Wenger will fine Alex Iwobi if claims the forward was partying less than 48 hours before Arsenal’s FA Cup defeat by Nottingham Forest are proved true.The 21-year-old has come under fire from fans after a video of him dancing and screaming at a flat in Soho in the early hours of Saturday morning emerged.
Some of the world’s top bloggers are coming to Donegal.Ireland will be trending this weekend as Fáilte Ireland provides tailor-made tours of the country for up to a hundred travel and tourism bloggers from over 15 countries who are in Ireland ahead of the TBEX Europe 2013 conference, which takes place next week in the Burlington Hotel Dublin (October 3-4th).It is anticipated these bloggers will be a major boost to Ireland’s profile as a tourism destination – and they are coming to Donegal! While the delegates are here, they will be facilitated in fully experiencing all Donegal can offer by having the opportunity to go on a number of exciting press tours developed by Fáilte Ireland with lots of photo opportunities and great story ideas.The bloggers have an action packed itinerary on their Wild Atlantic Way North West trip (#WAWNorthwest).The travel bloggers will arrive in Donegal on Monday to get a windswept experience of Donegal’s coastline starting with a boat trip around the iconic Sliabh Liag cliffs.Following a light lunch they will then have a guided tour through the Slieve League Cliffs by minibus before heading to the Glencolumcille Folk Village and on to discover Irish culture at Oideas Gael Cultural Centre. Tuesday will see the group depart from Harveys Point for the Inishowen Peninsula and a guided tour of an Grianan of Aileach Ancient Stone Fort departing Burt and driving via Buncrana and Dunree Head through Mamore Gap on to Glenevin Waterfall, Doagh Famine Village to Banba’s Crown and finishing at Malin Head.Fáilte Ireland Head of Operations, Martina Bromley today emphasised “This is a great opportunity to create a major impression to tens of millions of online followers as the TBEX delegates explore Donegal while they are here and share their experiences with the world.“Coming, as it does, against the background of The Gathering, we will be conducting our largest social media marketing campaign and press trips imaginable – to ensure that, as hundreds of travel writers are generating tens of millions of impressions online, the best possible sounds, sights and sensations from around Donegal are transmitted.“TBEX is the kind of conference every destination wants to host; we will have a captive audience of hundreds of the world’s top tourism bloggers giving us the potential to make a massive digital footprint across social media channels.”TBEX, the Travel Bloggers Exchange, is the world’s largest conference and networking event for online travel journalists and travel industry companies, with previous conferences generating some millions of online impressions. This year’s conference will bring over 600 delegates from across the globe and is an excellent opportunity for the Irish tourism industry, trade and travel brands to promote Ireland and engage with the world’s most influential travel bloggers and leading digital content creators.You can follow some of their progress and gauge their impressions by following #TBEXWORLD’S TOP BLOGGERS HEADING TO DONEGAL was last modified: September 29th, 2013 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:bloggersdonegalTBEX