The Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has said football managers should be punished if they argue with officials.
He was asked about the issue after Manchester United's Sir Alex Ferguson argued with a referee during a game on Boxing Day.
Ferguson wasn't punished for the incident but Wenger believes managers should face sanctions if they go overboard
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The prison was originally opened in 1852 as a mixed prison before becoming the first female-only local prison in England in 1902.
The victim was travelling between Seven Sisters and Highbury and Islington when she was assaulted.