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Adebayor: Togo ready to pull out of ANC

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Manchester City striker Emmanuel Adebayor escaped unharmed after a bus carrying the Togo national team came under attack from gunfire in Angola.

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New recruit offers candid defence of City move and sets sights on top four place

Togo to brave Wenger anger by playing Adebayor

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Adebayor insists Gunners still on target for title

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Arsenal striker Emmanuel Adebayor has revealed he returned to international football with Togo for the sake of the Africans' "future".

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