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Date for Adebayor hearing changed 3/9/2007
Arsenal''''s Emmanuel Adebayor will have to wait until Friday to argue his case against a Football Association charge relating to the Carling Cup final.
The 23-year-old striker has denied a charge of "reacting aggressively and failing to leave the field of play immediately" after being sent off.

He requested a personal hearing, which was initially scheduled for Tuesday.

Arsenal lost to Chelsea in the final and a linesman''''s report said Adebayor aimed a punch at Frank Lampard.

Adebayor was banned for three games following his red card and failed with his subsequent appeal for wrongful dismissal.

An FA statement said: "The report states that Adebayor''''s attitude was aggressive, that he shoved into Ricardo Carvalho and that he aimed a punch at Lampard. It does not state that Adebayor struck Lampard."

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger stated after the match: "The officials made a mistake. Adebayor did not punch Lampard and didn''''t intend to, we can prove it. It isn''''t the truth, I don''''t accept it."

Chelsea''''s Mikel Jon Obi and Arsenal''''s Kolo Toure were also sent off following a brawl between the two sides late in the game at Cardiff.

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