What the papers say: FA clears Fabregas over Hull spitting lies

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The Sun - Cesc’s spit toast
CESC FABREGAS has been cleared by the FA in his spitting row with Hull No 2 Brian Horton. Two charges of improper conduct against the Arsenal captain were both judged not proven by an independent disciplinary commission.

The Daily Mirror - Emmanuel Adebayor looks to have started his last game for Arsenal
Emmanuel Adebayor looks to have started his last game for Arsenal. The Togo striker is unlikely to win his place back in the side to face Stoke on Sunday and may not even make the Gunners squad for the final game of the season.

The Daily Mail - Cesc cleared: FA rule Arsenal skipper has no case to answer in 'spitting' row
Cesc Fabregas has been cleared by the Football Association of all charges in relation to the spitting row with Hull City. FA officials wanted to delay the announcement until Hull had contested Sunday's relegation clash with Manchester United. But Sportsmail can reveal that Arsenal captain Fabregas has escaped punishment after being hit with two charges of improper conduct in the wake of the controversial events that concluded the FA Cup quarter-final tie between the sides at the Emirates Stadium.

The Daily Express - WENGER IS HERE TO STAY
ARSENAL are hoping that Arsene Wenger will stay beyond his current contract, which expires in 2011. Wenger sparked speculation over his future by saying the project at Real Madrid under presidential candidate Florentino Perez would be “interesting”.

The TimesCesc Fàbregas cleared in spitting dispute
Cesc Fàbregas, the Arsenal captain, will learn today that he has been cleared of spitting at Brian Horton, the Hull City assistant manager, at the end of the stormy FA Cup sixth-round tie between the clubs in March. 

The Independent - Fabregas did not spit, FA rules
Cesc Fabregas has been cleared by the Football Association of spitting at the Hull City assistant manager Brian Horton in the extraordinary aftermath of Arsenal's FA Cup tie with Hull City in March.

The Daily Telegraph - Emmanuel Adebayor may have played his last game for Arsenal
Emmanuel Adebayor is expected to miss Arsenal's final match of the season against Stoke City on Sunday, meaning he may have played his last game for the club.

The Guardian - Arsenal's Cesc Fábregas 'in the clear' over spitting row
The FA has reportedly cleared Cesc Fábregas of any wrongdoing after he was accused of spitting at Hull City's assistant manager Brian Horton.

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