What the papers say: Cesc will be cleared of Hull spit spat

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The Sun - FA charge Gobin Hood
CESC FABREGAS has been charged by the FA for spitting — and acting like a hoodie.

The Mirror - Arsene Wenger insists Cesc Fabregas should be cleared over spitting misconduct charge 
Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas has been charged with improper conduct by the Football Association following allegations he spat at Hull assistant boss Brian Horton after the FA Cup tie at the Emirates Stadium on March 17.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal boss Wenger spitting mad over FA's decision to hit Fabregas
Arsene Wenger has lashed out at the FA’s decision to hit Cesc Fabregas with two improper conduct charges, claiming his captain is being victimised for wearing a
hoodie and jeans.

ARSENE Wenger believes Cesc Fabregas will be cleared by video evidence after Arsenal’s captain was charged with improper conduct by the FA yesterday over the Hull spitting storm.

The Daily Star - FAB IN THE CLEAR
ARSENAL last night claimed they have video footage that will clear Cesc Fabregas of the spitting charge he faces.

The Times - Arsene Wenger launches defence of Cesc Fabregas
Arsène Wenger, the Arsenal manager, launched a stout defence of Cesc Fàbregas yesterday after his midfield player and captain was charged by the FA with two counts of improper conduct.

The Daily Telegraph - Arsene Wenger claims Cesc Fabregas's clothes influenced charges after Hull clash
Arsene Wenger has accused the Football Association of being influenced by the clothes Cesc Fabregas was wearing in their decision to level disciplinary charges against the Arsenal captain for his behaviour after the stormy FA Cup match with Hull City last month.

The Guardian - Fábregas will escape punishment over FA Cup spat, believes Wenger
Arsène Wenger has reacted with bemusement at the decision to charge his captain, Cesc Fábregas, with misconduct following incidents after Arsenal's FA Cup victory over Hull City last month.

The Independent - Video could clear Fabregas
Arsène Wenger joked yesterday that if Cesc Fabregas had been wearing black tie rather than a black hoodie he would never have been charged by the Football Association over the spitting controversy after the FA Cup tie with Hull City.

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