What the papers say: Cesc spat with Hull rumbles on

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The Sun - Cesc: I've got nothing to hide
CESC FABREGAS will be hauled before an FA inquiry after Hull officially accused him of spitting.

The Daily Mirror - Phil Brown says Arsenal spitting row is good for Hull
Phil Brown last night insisted it was" absolutely fantastic'' for Hull City to become embroiled in their bitter spat with Arsenal.

The Daily Mail - 'Spitting' Fabregas off the hook ... but what WAS he doing on the pitch dressed like a hoodie?
Cesc Fabregas is set to escape punishment over the allegations of spitting which marred Arsenal's progress to the FA Cup semi-finals because the match officials failed to monitor the tunnel area.

The Daily Star - FAB FACES A FOUR GAME BAN
CESC FABREGAS is facing a four-match ban after the FA launched a probe into claims he spat at Hull’s Brian Horton.

The Daily Express - BROWN'S PROTESTS COULD BACKFIRE
HULL manager Phil Brown and assistant Brian Horton could have landed themselves in hot water over the row with Arsenal and Cesc Fabregas.

The Times - Cesc Fabregas and Brian Horton stand ground over spat
The animosity between Arsenal and Hull City intensified yesterday as more details emerged regarding the ugly post-match confrontation between Cesc Fàbregas and Brian Horton that overshadowed Tuesday’s FA Cup quarter-final.

The Independent - Fabregas' growing pains risk stunting rare talent
At the beginning of his brilliant teenage career it was just great expectations that followed Cesc Fabregas around. Now it is great expectorations.

The Telegraph - Arsenal's Cesc Fabregas defiant over Michael Ballack 'spit' video
Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas has defiantly protested his innocence against claims of spitting, despite internet footage of a 2005 incident with Michael Ballack.

The Guardian - Hull to fight on over 'disgraceful' Fábregas
Hull City have vowed to pursue their claim that Arsenal's Cesc Fábregas spat at the club's assistant manager, Brian Horton, after Tuesday's stormy FA Cup quarter-final, an incident that the Tigers' ­manager, Phil Brown, yesterday branded a "disgraceful act".

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