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Emmanuel ADEBAYOR
Basaksehir FK (TUR)

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Full name Sheyi Emmanuel Adebayor  
Date of Birth February 26, 1984
Birthplace Lomé, Togo
Height 190 cm
Position Forward
Foot Right
Nationality Togolese (and Nigerian)
Club Basaksehir FK (TUR)
Nation Togo
Int. debut Age 16 (July 2000 - vs. Zambia)
World Cups 3 matches (2006)

 

CAREER STATISTICS
Season Club
-
-
*
Games
Goals
2017-18 Basaksehir 
-
1
?
?
2016-17 Basaksehir
-
1
11
6
- Out of Contract
-
-
-
-
2015-16 Crystal Palace
-
1
12
1
2014-15 Tottenham
-
1
13
2
2013-14 Tottenham 
-
1
21
11
2012-13 Tottenham
-
1
25
5
2011-12 Tottenham (L)
-
1
33
17
2010-11 Real Madrid (L)
-
1
14
5
- Manchester City
-
1
8
1
2009-10 Manchester City
-
1
26
14
2008-09 Arsenal
-
1
26
10
2007-08 Arsenal
-
1
36
24
2006-07 Arsenal
-
1
29
8
2005-06 Arsenal 
-
1
13
4
- Monaco
-
1
13
1
2004-05 Monaco
-
1
34
9
2003-04 Monaco
-
1
31
8
2002-03 Metz
-
2
34
13
2001-02 Metz 
-
1
10
2
*) League level
 
CAREER TRANSFERS
Date From - To Fee €m
01.2017
Out of Contract
-
Basaksehir
-
07.2016
Crystal Palace
-
Out of Contract
-
01.2016
Out of Contract
-
Crystal Palace
-
09.2015
-
Out of Contract
-
08.2012
-
6.4
07.2009
-
29.0
01.2006
-
10.0
08.2003
Metz 
-
3.2
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


TFR PLAYERS
Teams represented (central column) +
TFR Players Rankings (right column)
2017-18 Basaksehir
?
2016-17 Basaksehir
-
2015-16 Crystal Palace
-
2014-15 Tottenham
-
2013-14 Tottenham
-
2012-13 Tottenham
-
2011-12 Tottenham
59
2010-11 Real Madrid
-
- Manchester City
-
2009-10 Manchester City
169
2008-09 Arsenal
75
2007-08 Arsenal
17

OTHER TFR RANKINGS
2017-18 ?
-
2016-17 None
-
2015-16 None
-
2014-15 None
-
2013-14 None
-
2012-13 None
-
2011-12 Top Scorers
27
2010-11 None
-
2009-10 None
-
2008-09 None
-
2007-08 Top Scorers
7




DID YOU KNOW ?

After a trial, Adebayor joined Metz in 1999 and played at the U-17 level for two years before joining the first team.

As he signed for Arsenal he was given the nickname "Baby Kanu" due to his resemblance to former Arsenal star Nwankwo Kanu, who Adebayor had idolized as a youth.

Adebayor chose to play for Togo despite being eligible for Nigeria.

Adebayor helped Togo to qualify for World Cup 2006 and started all of Togo's group matches in Germany.