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FIFA has said it is up to Togo to decide when their players can play for their clubs again.

Roberto Mancini has said he will give Adebayor as much time as he needs to recover from the trauma of the terrorist attack. This follows Togo withdrawing from the Africa Cup of Nations following the shootings a couple of days ago.

In the meantime and just in case you missed it...

The City striker appeared on African TV yesterday, to discuss last Friday's gun attack on the Togo team in Angola, wearing an Arsenal shirt.

Meanwhile...

We at Vital Manchester City have been overwhelmed by Arsenal supporters giving their support to Emmanuel Adebayor and of course, City fans. VMC sends out a huge thank you for your support and best wishes.



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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday January 13 2010

Time: 2:00PM

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I guess they'll ask him if he wants to stay in Togo for the remainder of the tournament
BlueWolfie
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13/01/2010 15:47:00

I hope its a no pay no play clause, I sympathise with Adebayor and the whole of Togo at this attrocious act, but you cannot let terrorists think they will win, because if they do, just more groups like this will copy this dreadful act.
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13/01/2010 16:33:00

 

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