Emmanuel Adebayor gears up for the start of the Premier League season by showing his new dance moves
Striker posted the video on his Instagram page today
Tuesday 01 July 2014
With Togo not at the World Cup, everyone must surely be wondering: how is Emmanuel Adebayor spending his summer? The answer: he's choreographing new moves with his dance partner, the comedian Funny Face.
The Tottenham Hotspur striker uploaded this video (below) to his Instagram page today of him showcasing his new moves in what appears to be the living room of his house.
Maybe it is just Adebayor's way of gearing up for the demands of pre-season, and he will of course have a new manager to impress, with Mauricio Pochettino taking charge of the White Hart Lane club.
Watch the video of Adebayor's new dance below...
Adebayor will hope to shimmy his way into the Spurs' team for their first match of the Premier League season, when they take on West Ham at Upton Park on 16 August.
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