When you spend as much time earning an economics degree, throwing water bottles and questioning referees as Arsene Wenger has, it's tough to find time for some of the basic things in life. One of those things is how to operate the infamous double pocket move. Between the unzipping of the pocket and inserting your hand in the pocket while the other hand is in another pocket, it's a complicated process that only those with plenty of free time to practice the maneuver have mastered.
The good thing is that even those without the acumen to pull off the double hand in pocket maneuver can still pull off the cozy oblique or upper hip rub. It's a move that can turn even the worst of days good. That is unless the worst of days is putting 10 men behind the ball against Fulham, deservedly losing and then blaming the referee because that's what you do. Oh damn, maybe the rub didn't do the job for Arsene on this day.