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Adebayor a doubt for African Nations Cup

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Adebayor: 'Hate' for Arsenal stems from Wenger lying about City move

Emmanuel Adebayor says his "hate" for Arsenal comes from a fallout with manager Arsene Wenger, and has explained why he preferred to play under Jose Mourinho because of his winning mentality.

Adebayor left Arsenal for City amid acrimonious circumstances in 2009, and was seen as one of the first players to cash in on their newfound riches with a deal worth £150,000 a week.

In an interview with TRT World, he has claimed that Wenger forced him out of the club before misleading the media about...

Who were Africa's star performers around the world this weekend?

Who were Africa's star performers around the world this weekend?

Mohamed Salah: It seems as though anything Salah touches these days turns to gold. Not only did the Egypt international inspire the Pharaohs to their first World Cup since 1990, but he's firmly in the midst of a purple patch at Liverpool and his momentum shows no sign of slowing.

This weekend - reunited with fit-again Sadio Mane in Premier League action - he scored twice against Southampton to take his top flight tally to nine goals...

 By Michael Wade

Yorke, Drogba, Suarez: top non-European scorers in Premier League

Sergio Aguero might not be a guaranteed starter at Manchester City any more, but his goal against Liverpool on Saturday means he is guaranteed a place in the Premier League history books.

The Argentine opened the scoring in the emphatic 5-0 win at the Etihad to take his tally in the English top flight to 124 and become the top scoring non-European player in the division's history.

It has only taken Aguero 185 appearances across six-and-a-bit seasons to reach that number, and even if he were to...

Africans in the Champions League qualifiers: Who's going through?

Ahead of the Champions League third qualifying round second legs, KweséESPN explores which of Africa's stars have the best chance of progression.

In the biggest tie of the round, Nice -- the surprise package in Ligue 1 last season -- travel to Ajax's newly branded Johan Cruijff ArenA for a showdown with the four-time European champions after a 1-1 draw in the first leg.

The outstanding player of last week's match between the duo was Ivorian midfielder Jean Seri, who ran the show in midfield...

 By Chris Wright

Emmanuel Adebayor goes for a bike ride during preseason training

After signing for the club last January, Emmanuel Adebayor is currently toiling through his first preseason regime with Turkish side Istanbul Basaksehir.

That said, the fitness programme doesn't look overly taxing, especially if this video of Adebayor leisurely weaving through a village on his bicycle while listening to music is anything to go by.

Dubiously attributed William Shakespeare quote aside, it's nice to see a relaxed Adebayor enjoying himself in the Slovenia sunshine.

Given that the...

 By Ian Holyman

Emmanuel Adebayor: Decision to join Crystal Palace was biggest mistake

Emmanuel Adebayor of Istanbul Basaksehir
Emmanuel Adebayor has rediscovered his form at Istanbul Basaksehir.

Emmanuel Adebayor has told L'Equipe that signing for Crystal Palace last year was "the worst decision of my career."

Adebayor, 33, joined Palace in January 2016, six months after leaving Tottenham Hotspur.

But the former Arsenal forward made just 12 Premier League appearances, seven of which were starts, and scored once in a miserable spell.

"I had some great times in clubs that are among the best in the country. I felt good there, my family too. The only mistake I made was signing for Crystal...