Hull City players and officials today remained in a state of shocked disbelief following the club's 2-1 defeat at the Emirates last night.
"We were beaten by the linesman," fumed Hull boss Phil Brown. "Gallas was clearly offside when he scored the 'winner' It's a disgrace."
"We've been denied a Wembley appearance by bad decisions. I'm not saying that the match officials were corrupt, but I'd like to check their bank details this morning," a Hull City fan told us.
To add insult to injury, Cesc Fabricate, the sidelined Arsenal captain reputedly spat at Hull City assistant manager Brian Horton.
Fabricate denies the allegation, stating that he was referred to as: "A dirty cheating dago bastard," during the match by a Hull fan.
Arsene Wenger "didn't see it" as usual, which prompted rumours that he was to make a guest appearance as 'Blind Pew' in the spoof pirate saga, 'Below Decks.'
More as we get it.