What the papers say: Belief grows for Arsenal as Gunners outclass Hull

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The Sun Nasri faces ban for stamp
SAMIR NASRI could cop a three-match ban for violent conduct after stamping on Hull's Richard Garcia.

The Daily Mirror - Arsenal star facing FA charge after Hull bust-up
Samir Nasri could face an FA charge after his ugly bust-up sparked a 20-man brawl. Referee Steve Bennett is understood to have booked Nasri for his reaction after the 43rd minute flare-up at the Emirates on Saturday - and not his stamp on Hull’s Richard Garcia.

The Daily MailBad blood continues in another x-rated encounter between Gunners and Tigers
Arsene Wenger claims to have buried the hatchet with Phil Brown, but another feisty encounter between Arsenal and Hull means the animosity between these two unlikely enemies is set to continue.

The Daily Express - DENILSON A ROSE AMONG THORNS 
A SILKY piece of Samba magic kept Arsenal snapping at the heels of Manchester United and Chelsea.

The Daily Star - MANUEL ALMUNIA: HULL DON'T KNOW HOW TO PLAY FOOTBALL
Skipper Manuel Almunia typified Arsenal’s hatred of Hull by declaring Phil Brown’s team “don’t know how to play football”.

The Times - Abou Diaby adds gloss to outstanding display for Arsenal with neat finish
After last year’s spit this was the polish. Arsène Wenger took great delight in this hard-fought win, not only because it wiped the smile off the face of Phil Brown, the Hull City manager, and re-established Arsenal’s position in the title race, but because it showed that his young side possess the stomach for a fight.

The Independent - Arsenal's display of true grit gives Wenger growing belief
Arsene Wenger has uncovered a trait in his Arsenal side that could yet turn them into title contenders. This latest success was not achieved on the back of pretty passing or neat interplay in the fashion the French manager has drilled into his men, but it came through hard work, determination and grit.

The Daily Telegraph Arsenal midfielder Samir Nasri facing FA charge after clash with Hull's Richard Garcia
Samir Nasri is facing the prospect of a Football Association charge after it emerged last night that referee Steve Bennett did not see him tread on Richard Garcia.

The Guardian - Yes, Arsène Wenger is Mr Angry these days, but Wolves were in the wrong
What on earth has happened to Arsène Wenger? More than 13 years in English football appear to have turned the erstwhile professor into a bit of a pain.

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