Emmanuel Adebayor has reunited with former friend Funny Face whom he cut off last year. Togolese football legend Emmanuel Adebayor reunited with Funny Face at a Psychiatrist hospital as witnessed in a video shared online. Funny Face sat with Emmanuel Adebayor as he was in high spirits in the said video. The latest development is a new twist to the relationship between Funny Face and Emmanuel Adebayor. The psychiatrist hospital visit shows that Emmanuel Adebayor has put the past behind him after he made the decision to stay away from his ex-friend last year. Funny Face is at a psychiatrist hospital, where he’s receiving treatment over mental health issues. He was visited at the same hospital by Emmanuel Adebayor. Funny Face is receiving treatment at the Accra Psychiatrist Hospital. Emmanuel Adebayor was a good friend and a benefactor to Funny Face until the middle of last year when their relationship broke down. The relationship between Funny Face and Emmanuel Adebayor hit the rocks last year after the player advised his comedian friend to stop his feud with Lil Win last year. His failure to take to the advise from Adebayor led to the break down of their relationship.
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Free agent Emmanuel Adebayor could have been playing for Premier League newcomers West Brom if the Baggies had firmed up their interest in him. Emmanuel Adebayor has notbeen without a club since the Togolese football legend left Paraguayan first division outfit Olimpialast summer.
Emmanuel Adebayor left Olimpia in July because of complications from the dreaded Coronavirus and after playing a handful of games for the club. The ex-Arsenal, Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur and Crystal Palace striker was linked with a transfer to West Brom towards the end of last year and while SlavenBilic was still the manager. Continue reading “ADEBAYOR IN WEST BROM LINKS”
Togolese football legend Emmanuel Adebayor enjoyed a successful career in the Premier League with clubs like Arsenal, Manchester City, Crystal Palace and Tottenham Hotspur. The 36-year-old attacker made the biggest move of his career when Manchester City paid £25m to secure his signature from Arsenal in the summer of 2009. Emmanuel Adebayor left Arsenal for Manchester City in a controversial manner. According to celebritynetworth, Emmanuel Adebayor has a net worth of $45m.
Emmanuel Adebayor opted to play international football for Togo when he was snubbed by Nigeria. The player was born to Nigerian parents from Yoruba ethnicity around 36 years ago in Lome, the Togolese capital. His father is from Igbaye Village in OdoOtin Local Government Area of Osun State, while his mother hails from Ekusa, a neighbouring town. Emmanuel Adebayor has five siblings, three brothers and two sisters. The ex-AS Monaco, Real Madrid and Tottenham Hotspur striker shares a close relationship with one of his two sisters, Iyabo.
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Emmanuel Adebayor played an important role in the transfer of Ghanaian international Thomas Partey from Atletico Madrid to Arsenal at the start of the season. The Togolese footballer revealed the role he played in the Partey deal to Arsenal at an event in Ghana last month. Arsenal fans were excited when Thomas Partey left Spain to team up with the club on the final day of this summer’s transfer window.
Arsenal had to activate the release clause in Thomas Partey’s contract at Atletico Madrid before they signed him. The Gunners paid the €50m (£45m) release clause to make the Ghana midfielder the fourth most expensive player in the club’s history after Nicholas Pepe, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette. Continue reading “ADEBAYOR’S ROLE IN PARTEY DEAL EXPLAINED”
Danish striker Nicholas Bendtner has said that Emmanuel Adebayor was the only player he never liked and fell out with, per his interview with talkSPORT
The former Arsenal player said he and the former Togolese international sat next to each other in the dressing room many years back. However, from the first time they met they had bad vices and that never changed. Bendtner said he was 26 then, with Adebayor a year younger.
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Former Premier League star Emmanuel Adebayor has described Jose Mourinho as the best coach in the history of football. The Togolese striker has played under different managers during his long career and he has talked about his fondness for Mourinho under whom he won his only piece of silverware at Real Madrid on loan.
Speaking to Spanish outlet AS, he told: “I love Mourinho, we had a great relationship and he was the one who brought me to Madrid, although it wasn’t easy for him to find a place for me in the side. The only trophy I have ever won was at Madrid with him. Now he’s at Tottenham and I wish him the best of luck. He is the best coach in the history of football.”
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Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson has said that he is anticipating serious investment from the club after failing to make any high-profile signings over the past few years. The Eagles have managed to remain a mid-table club since their promotion to the top-flight seven years ago, but they have not quite made the push for a top half of the table finish.
The south London outfit have fared impressively this term where they currently lie ninth on the table and Hodgson is hoping to be backed with funds to spend in the summer transfer market, he told: “The investment that we’ve been able to do in the last few years hasn’t been as big or extensive as anyone at the club would have liked. I’m hoping that now once we get going we’ll be sitting down and talking very seriously about the type of players who are on the market and the type of players we would like to attract to the club.” Continue reading “Hodgson anticipating serious investment”
Former Premier League striker Darren Bent has said that Wilfried Zaha is a realistic target for Newcastle United once their takeover is completed. The Magpies are currently on the verge of a change in ownership with PCP Capital Partners having agreed on a deal worth £300m with Mike Ashley.
The deal is expected to be announced in a couple of weeks’ time and this has already led to speculation that there could be high-profile arrivals during the summer. Speaking to Football Insider, Bent suggested that Zaha could be a realistic option for the Tyneside outfit for the next transfer window. Continue reading “Newcastle United could be tempted to sign Zaha”
Crystal Palace legend Dean Gordon believes Roy Hodgson deserves a new contract with the south London outfit. The Eagles have experienced another solid season in the Premier League and they appear on course to beat the drop with one-third of the campaign left. As a result, Hodgson has earned plenty of praise from the fans and Gordon feels the veteran should be handed with another renewed contract for his efforts.
He told LoveSportRadio: “I think he’s done well. I think he’s done fantastic since he’s came in. Keeping them up year in year out. I think they’re probably safe now this season. I think he’s done a fantastic job. I think he does deserve a new contract. Maybe they’re not playing the best football but sometimes getting the result is what it’s all about. I saw the game at the weekend where Brighton played really well, and ended up losing the game. So I think the fans would prefer that they stay up instead of seeing great football.”
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Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson has insisted that his team have not been playing badly and have not been rewarded for the performances on the playing field. The Eagles ended a three-match losing run with a 2-0 triumph over Burnley and the victory sees them within two points off fifth-placed Tottenham Hotspur.
Speaking after the game, Hodgson was pleased with the important victory away from home. He added that the south London outfit have not been playing poorly in the past few games but the results were not going their way, he told: “It was an impressive and important victory after the run of games we’ve had. I don’t think we’ve been in bad form or played poorly in recent games, so it was important for me to keep the players believing that you don’t necessarily equate form with results. There are teams in this league, probably certainly, not just on paper but on the field of play that do have a better chance of beating you with their resources and the quality of their players.”
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