What the papers say: Huddersfield get shirty after Arsenal defeat

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The SunCesc: Don’t get shirty with me
CESC FABREGAS moved to defuse a potential row with Huddersfield after Arsenal's edgy 2-1 FA Cup win at the Emirates. Some Terriers players accused Fabregas of bad sportsmanship for refusing to swap shirts with them at the match's end.

The Daily MirrorWenger trying to rush through Chamberlain deal
Arsene Wenger is trying to rush through a deal for wonderkid Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. Manchester United are also keen on the Southampton forward but the 17-year-old would prefer Arsenal and Wenger wants to snap him up.

The Daily MailArsenal continue pursuit of young Southampton star Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
Arsenal held further talks on Sunday night over their proposed £10m move for Southampton's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.

Arsene Wenger admits Samir Nasri is now a major doubt for Arsenal's Champions League clash against Barcelona after his gamble "backfired" when the influential midfielder sustained a hamstring injury in Sunday's 2-1 FA Cup fourth-round victory over npower League One Huddersfield at Emirates Stadium.

CESC FABREGAS has been accused of telling two Huddersfield players who wanted his shirt as an FA Cup souvenir to “f**k off”.

The Independent - Nasri setback for Arsenal
Arsene Wenger was left counting the cost of a selection gamble which backfired in Arsenal's 2-1 FA Cup fourth-round win over Huddersfield after Samir Nasri suffered a hamstring injury which looks to have ruled the French playmaker out of the Champions League showdown with Barcelona.

The Guardian - Cesc Fábregas in Twitter row after Arsenal's defeat of Huddersfield
Cesc Fábregas has found himself at the centre of another Twitter storm after Huddersfield Town's Anthony Pilkington accused the Arsenal captain of telling two of the League One side's players to "fuck off" after they had asked to swap shirts.

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