What the papers say: Adebayor's celebration was Arsenal fans' fault say FA muppets

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The Sun - Arsene is our God
CESC FABREGAS reckons Arsene Wenger is never completely satisfied - and that's just how the Arsenal skipper likes it.

The Mirror - Arsenal star Nicklas Bendnter claims only God saved him in car smash
Nicklas Bendtner has relived his car crash horror and claimed 'Divine Intervention' saved his life. Arsenal striker Bendtner admits it is a “miracle“ he is still alive after crashing his £120,000 Aston Martin on Sunday on his way into training, as exclusively revealed in the Daily Mirror .

The Daily Mail - Nicklas Bendtner set for Arsenal return after speedy recovery from Aston Martin horror crash
Nicklas Bendtner is set to make a speedy return for Arsenal just days after his narrow escape from a horrific car crash. The Gunners striker was left badly shaken and bruised after crashing his £120,000 Aston Martin into a tree on the way to the club's London Colney training on Sunday.

The Daily Express - YOU MUST BE JOKING
EMMANUEL ADEBAYOR had a stunning escape yesterday when an FA commission ruled he would not face a further ban for his controversial goal celebration against former club Arsenal last month.

The Daily Star - ADE'S ESCAPE
EMMANUEL Adebayor last night escaped with a £25,000 fine for his crazy goal celebration against Arsenal.

The Times FA gets ready to target ‘hostile’ fans
Ian Watmore, the FA chief executive, has called for a crackdown on “hostile and abusive” chanting as the campaign against disorder in football grounds is extended to supporters as well as to players such as Emmanuel Adebayor. 

The Independent - Adebayor let off match ban after 'extreme provocation'
Emmanuel Adebayor was the subject of "extreme provocation" from Arsenal supporters before his controversial goal celebration at Eastlands last month the Football Association ruled yesterday and as such the Manchester City striker escaped a suspension. Instead he was handed a £25,000 fine and a suspended two-match ban.

The Daily Telegraph - Nicklas Bendtner: divine intervention saved my life in car crash
Speaking for the first time since the accident, the 21-year-old Arsenal striker said: "I believe that somebody held his hand over me. I don't know what or who, but looking in a broader perspective I simply felt somebody assisting me. I believe fully that this was just not my time. It was not time for my life to end."

The Guardian - Thierry Henry aims for Arsenal return to be reunited with Arsène Wenger
Thierry Henry wants eventually to return to Arsenal to work with Arsène Wenger. The striker, who spent eight years at the north London club before joining Barcelona, said: "I'm trying to finish what I started nearly 15 years ago but we will see.

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