What the papers say: FA preparing to throw book at Citeh mug

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The Sun - Adebayor: I'm not scared
EMMANUEL ADEBAYOR goaded Arsenal fans again last night by saying: I can't wait to see you at the Emirates. 

The Mirror - Manchester City striker Emmanuel Adebayor set for four-match ban
The FA are set to hammer Emmanuel Adebayor with a four-match double ban after he turned Manchester City's clash with Arsenal into a personal revenge mission.

The Daily Star - BAD BOY ADE
BAD-BOY Emmanuel Adebayor could be hit with a whopping SIX-game ban.

BAD boy Emmanuel Adebayor is set to be hit with a massive five-game ban from the Football Association.

The Daily Mail - Emmanuel Adebayor raked Van Persie, stamped on Fabregas and started a mini-riot...now the FA must throw the book at him
Emmanuel Adebayor faces a ban of at least four games after a crazed rampage against Arsenal that saw him rake his studs across Robin van Persie's face, stamp on Cesc Fabregas, slap Alex Song and spark a mini-riot.

The Times - FA ready to throw book at Emmanuel Adebayor
Emmanuel Adebayor will be charged with violent conduct by the FA today and faces the threat of being suspended for at least four matches for his incendiary antics during Manchester City’s 4-2 victory over Arsenal.

The Independent - Police take Adebayor to task for fans' mêlée
Senior police officers have taken a dim view of Emmanuel Adebayor's behaviour in Manchester City's 4-2 win over Arsenal on Saturday, which led to a steward at the game being knocked unconscious by a missile thrown in the mêlée following the striker's celebration in front of his former club's fans.

The Daily Telegraph - Manchester City's Emmanuel Adebayor set for ban after provocative tussle with Arsenal
Half brilliant, half senseless. Emmanuel Adebayor will have ample time to ponder the destructive side of his personality when he watches the Manchester derby from the Old Trafford stands on Sunday.

The Guardian - Greater Manchester police blame Emmanuel Adebayor for crowd trouble
Greater Manchester police have criticised Emmanuel Adebayor for sparking the crowd disorder that led to a steward being knocked unconscious during Manchester City's 4-2 defeat of Arsenal on Saturday. That is one of two incidents involving the player which is being investigated by the Football Association, with the strong possibility that he will face disciplinary charges and a suspension.

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