It’s probably the most important summer yet for the career of Emmanuel Adebayor, and Andrew McCarten wonders what might be next for the Togolese striker.
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After another trophyless season at the Emirates, this summer and the 2011/12 campaign will define Arsene Wenger’s tenure at the club writes Ciaran Kelly.
Gary Al-Smith looks at Emmanuel Adebayor and explains how the Togo international is ‘tired’ but ultimately happy in light of Real Madrid’s Copa del Rey win over Barcelona.
Following the big money signing of Edin Dzeko, Manchester City have begun to ship out some of their plethora of attacking options, and Emmanuel Adebayor may be next to go.
In his first article for Back Page Football, Dominic Pollard discusses the player feuds and public clashes that have been emitting out of Manchester City in recent weeks.
On the 4th of December 2006, Angola beat off competition from Mozambique, Namibia, Zimbabwe and Senegal for the right to host the 27th edition of the African Cup of Nations. Paul Geraghty is here to preview each group, breaking down each nation taking part, talking about their qualification campaigns and identifying key players which may [...]
FIFA have announced the ten goals nominated for the Puskas Award, named after the Hungarian legend, given to the scorer of the best goal of the year. The winner will be chosen by votes cast on the FIFA website and criteria for the award include the quality of the goal and the importance of the [...]
After Emmanuel Adebayor’s infamous celebration in front of the Arsenal fans a few weeks ago, we’ve had two very contrasting examples of the right way to celebrate after scoring a goal, especially against your old club. As the celebration becomes somewhat of an art form in football, the Michael Jackson moonwalk, the gymnastic somersault or [...]
Manchester City striker Emmanuel Adebayor will return to action on Monday night against Aston Villa after he was fined £25,000 and given a suspended two match ban by the FA following his elaborate celebration against Arsenal two weeks ago. The Togo international had already missed his side’s last three games through a suspension picked up [...]
With just over a month of Premier League action behind us, which of this summer’s new signings have impressed the most? BPF looks at ten of the best transfers, including Arsenal’s sterling £10million centre half , Liverpool’s flying wing back and Sunderland’s new star striker. Thomas Vermaelen │ Arsenal The big Belgian defender has become [...]