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The Sun - Wenger won't let Manu off hook
ARSENE WENGER just could not get Emmanuel Adebayor out of his mind. As Wenger prepared for tonight's Champions League clash in Liege he started listing the Arsenal players missing through injury.
The Mirror - Arsenal's Arsene Wenger blasts Mark Hughes and Emmanuel Adebayor
Arsene Wenger last night ridiculed Mark Hughes and attacked Emmanuel Adebayor’s attitude. Manchester City boss Hughes has defended Adebayor even though the FA yesterday charged the former Arsenal striker after his stamp on Robin van Persie.
The Daily Mail - Wenger rage! Arsenal boss slams Adebayor and Hughes after FA charge City striker
Arsene Wenger has stormed into the Emmanuel Adebayor controversy with a double blast aimed at the former Arsenal striker and Manchester City manager Mark Hughes.
The Daily Express - STAMP OF INTENT
ARSENE WENGER has accused Emmanuel Adebayor of trying to injure Robin van Persie during the stormy match at Manchester City.
The Daily Star - WENG'S FURY AT SPARKY
ARSENE WENGER last night slammed Mark Hughes’ defence of former Arsenal hitman Emmanuel Adebayor.
The Times - Arsene Wenger vents fury on Emmanuel Adebayor and Mark Hughes
Arsène Wenger, the Arsenal manager, launched a furious attack on Emmanuel Adebayor, his former striker, yesterday as the bitter fallout from the North London club’s 4-2 defeat away to Manchester City on Saturday failed to subside.
The Independent - Wenger fury at Adebayor and Hughes over 'stamp'
"Adebayor's challenge on Van Persie looks very bad. You ask 100 people, 99 will say it's very bad and the 100th will be Mark Hughes."
The Daily Telegraph - Arsène Wenger: Eduardo 'diving' incident costly for Arsenal
It is only mid-September but already the sunny air of optimism that briefly hung over Arsenal at the beginning of the season has been comprehensively replaced by storm clouds of controversy and injustice.
The Guardian - Emmanuel Adebayor faces five-match ban after FA lay violent conduct charge
Arsène Wenger has told Mark Hughes that he is the only man who believes in Emmanuel Adebayor's innocence, as he laid into the Manchester City striker for the challenge that left Robin van Persie dazed and bloodied at Eastlands on Saturday.
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