What the papers say: Fabianski ruled out for rest of season

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The SunBe Kos we are the only threat
LAURENT KOSCIELNY has delivered a warning to Manchester United - by insisting Arsenal are their only true title rivals.

The Daily MirrorFabianski ruled out for the season
Arsenal goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianksi is expected to miss the rest of the season with a shoulder injury.

The Daily MailHow much have you been paid? Sportsmail reveals what Fabregas screamed at ref
Cesc Fabregas launched a furious verbal attack on the match officials in the tunnel during Arsenal's 2-1 win over Everton on Tuesday, allegedly calling their integrity into question.

The Daily Express CESC FABREGAS: ARE THEY BEING PAID?
CESC FABREGAS has been caught up in a storm over his tunnel outburst on Tuesday night after he was accused of shouting that referee Lee Mason and his officials were being “paid”.

The Daily StarARSENAL TARGET TITLE GLORY
LAURENT KOSCIELNY ­reckons he and his fellow Arsenal ­centre-backs have proved they can help the north ­Londoners win the title.

The Independent - Chris McGrath: It's football that's gone nutty, not the Professor
He is caricatured as the mad professor, trying to build a car that runs on camomile tea. But if Arsène Wenger is crazy, it's high time the lunatics took over the asylum.

The Guardian - Cesc Fábregas escapes FA punishment after outburst over Everton goal
Cesc Fábregas will not face sanctions from the Football Association despite claims that he had questioned the referee Lee Mason's integrity as the players left the pitch at half-time during Arsenal's fractious game with Everton on Tuesday.

The Daily Telegraph - Cesc Fàbregas insists 'nothing serious happened' in tunnel clash after Arsenal's win over Everton
Cesc Fàbregas has admitted he was “upset” with the match officials at half-time in Tuesday’s tumultuous Premier League fixture at home to Everton, but although he hinted at an apology he denied that “anything serious happened” as the Football Association confirmed it would not be taking any action.

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