Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor a doubt for Inter Milan match after missing training
Spurs take on the Serie A side at White Hart Lane this Thursday
Wednesday 06 March 2013
Emmanuel Adebayor's participation in Tottenham's game against Inter Milan is in doubt after the striker missed training this morning.
Adebayor was carried off on a stretcher during Sunday's north London derby with an injury, and the Togo striker was absent from the part of this morning's training session that was open to the media ahead of tomorrow's Europa League clash against the Italian giants.
Mousa Dembele also came off during Sunday's game, but did take part in training this morning, as did Tom Huddlestone, who has been out with a knee injury of late.
Clint Dempsey's calf injury prevented him from training today.
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