What the papers say: No FA charge for RvP over elbow incident

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The SunVan get-away over Car 'smash'
ROBIN VAN PERSIE has escaped an FA charge over an alleged elbowing incident with Carlos Cuellar.

The Daily MirrorArsenal need a trophy admits Walcott
Peer through the keyhole at Theo Walcott's pad and admire the prudent housekeeping. Six years after he joined Arsenal, the England winger has not set aside a shelf, a cabinet or a place on the mantelpiece for his winner's medals - because he hasn't won any.

The Daily Mail - Arsenal captain Van Persie escapes FA punishment over Cuellar 'elbow'
Arsenal striker Robin van Persie will face no further action over an incident involving Aston Villa defender Carlos Cuellar during Sunday's FA Cup fourth-round match at the Emirates Stadium.

The Daily Express - 'MANCHESTER CITY ARE JEALOUS OF US' - ARSENAL CHIEF’S AMAZING CLAIM
ARSENAL chief executive Ivan Gazidis has made the ridiculous claim that Manchester City should be jealous of their achievements this season.

The Daily Star - ARSENAL'S THEO WALCOTT IN GUNN FIGHT
THEO WALCOTT admits he doesn’t need telling his recent form has been poor.

The IndependentJames Lawton: A Jose-Arsène job swap would be perfect for all parties
Of all the possibilities provoked by Jose Mourinho's latest overture to the Premier League, the most intriguing by some distance would surely be a straight job swap with Arsène Wenger.

The GuardianArsenal's Robin van Persie escapes punishment for Carlos Cuéllar clash
Robin van Persie will not be sanctioned by the Football Association for an alleged elbow flung at Carlos Cuéllar during Sunday's FA Cup fourth round tie against Aston Villa.

The Daily TelegraphArsenal manager Arsène Wenger must fix defensive issues to keep job following FA Cup defeat of Aston Villa
The sighs of relief from the Emirates Stadium must have been audible across London, but FA Cup victory over Aston Villa papered over deep cracks at Arsenal.

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