Posts tagged Adebayor
Should have kept it on the low

It's been confirmed by Spurs that Emmanuel Adebayor is departing for Africa.

He's available for the QPR game this Saturday then he's off with Togo to the African Cup of Nations between 19th January and 10th February (or earlier depending on how quickly Togo get knocked out).

So he's changed his mind although from the looks of it his intention was always to represent his country. He just wanted certain guarantees from them before he committed. Which is fair enough from his own personal perspective and ambition

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SpookyAdebayor, ACON
A shot in the dark

Tottenham are going to bid for a player, probably, possibly quite soon (soon equating to the next three and a half weeks). The bid, once made, will be official and you'll have heard about it here first, making this article an exclusive.

Yes, another day, another non-event of nothingness. I actually wish I didn't have to write this. Mainly because if there is something that's more unoriginal than transfer headline attention seeking it's an article taking the p*ss out of transfer headline attention seeking. But alas, I have very little to work with currently mainly because Harry Redknapp has yet to carpet bomb the tabloids with explosive soundbites leading up to the game of the century (QPR v Tottenham).

So what about that nothingness?

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Stadium of bite

Another day, another Spurs win totalling seven with two draws and one defeat in our last ten (all comps). It's been a solid December. A strong festive period. Plenty to shout about and the usual assortment of reminders that fixes are still required as we look to bid farewell to 2012 and welcome what will hopefully be a fulfilling 2013 with big goofy smiles on our faces.

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What they did, what they said

"Away from football, as a person, he is a top guy, a really nice guy. After every session he will come into the changing room or treatment room and go to every player to see if you are OK. 'How do you feel? How's your legs?' General chit chat. He will do it with every player, every day," he explains. "Even when I was away with England he will send me a message sometimes – 'Good luck. How's the game?' Stuff like that. When you have got a manager like that you want to play for him and do well."

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SpookyAdebayor, Defoe, AVB, Gareth Bale