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Bullet 3:49 Sun Jul 28
Emmanuel Adebayor 27 goals for Istanbul Basaksehir.
https://sportslens.com/west-ham-linked-with-a-move-for-adebayor/271781/

Thought this worthy of its own thread. Prolific in Turkey apparently. Levy wont be able to stop Sullivan having his way this time and much cheaper which will sit well with the FFP. Would you?

West Ham have been linked with a move for the former Arsenal and Manchester City striker Emmanuel Adebayor.

According to Daily Record, West Ham and Watford want to sign the player and the striker wants to join a London club as well.

Manuel Pellegrini has signed Haller as his number one forward this summer but he needs more depth in attack next season. The 35-year-old could prove to be a decent option off the bench for the Hammers.

Adebayor is unlikely to take up a lot of investment and West Ham should look to bring him in.

The former Premier League striker has done well in England before and he should be able to adapt to the league with ease.

He could make an immediate impact for West Ham in the cup games and as a substitute.

Adebayor has done well for Istanbul Basaksehir during his three years at the club and he will look to finish off on a high by making his mark in the Premier League once again.

The 35-year-old managed to score 27 goals in his three seasons at Istanbul Basaksehir.

It will be interesting to see if the Hammers make their move for the player in the coming weeks now.

Replies - Newest Posts First (Show In Chronological Order)

Westham67 1:22 Sun Jul 28
Re: Emmanuel Adebayor 27 goals for Istanbul Basaksehir.
Traore today

happygilmore 12:25 Sun Jul 28
Re: Emmanuel Adebayor 27 goals for Istanbul Basaksehir.
Was he the bloke that did the OTT goal celebration against Arsenal?

Too old and not reliable. Made up shit I would imagine.

Ron Greensward 12:20 Sun Jul 28
Re: Emmanuel Adebayor 27 goals for Istanbul Basaksehir.
Less than an average of 10 goals a season and now 35 - think we should absolutely dodge the bullet on this one. Nonsensical idea. Not even DS would go there in his wildest dreams.

On The Ball 11:55 Sun Jul 28
Re: Emmanuel Adebayor 27 goals for Istanbul Basaksehir.
Made-up nonsense, not worth the bandwidth it's printed on.

El Scorchio 11:39 Sun Jul 28
Re: Emmanuel Adebayor 27 goals for Istanbul Basaksehir.
Not worth the hassle he brings with him.

Sven Roeder 11:05 Sun Jul 28
Re: Emmanuel Adebayor 27 goals for Istanbul Basaksehir.
27 goals ..... in 3 seasons for Istanbul Baclava

I think we will take a free or loan striker but it wont be this old cunt

Takashi Miike 10:45 Sun Jul 28
Re: Emmanuel Adebayor 27 goals for Istanbul Basaksehir.
I didn't want him ten years ago

Tomshardware 9:46 Sun Jul 28
Re: Emmanuel Adebayor 27 goals for Istanbul Basaksehir.
Must be about 45 now?

eusebiovic 9:24 Sun Jul 28
Re: Emmanuel Adebayor 27 goals for Istanbul Basaksehir.
NO!

Fuck Off

ak37 9:23 Sun Jul 28
Re: Emmanuel Adebayor 27 goals for Istanbul Basaksehir.
The Adebayor song is probably one of the best there is

Westham67 7:10 Sun Jul 28
Re: Emmanuel Adebayor 27 goals for Istanbul Basaksehir.
Not really worth a thread there are scores of pieces like this on daily basis , won't happen

yngwies Cat 4:34 Sun Jul 28
Re: Emmanuel Adebayor 27 goals for Istanbul Basaksehir.
Good league that Turkish one..,

normannomates 3:59 Sun Jul 28
Re: Emmanuel Adebayor 27 goals for Istanbul Basaksehir.
Adebayor.. Adebayor.. orr

Your dad washes elephants.. and your mum is a whore.
Quality tune

Jasnik 3:57 Sun Jul 28
Re: Emmanuel Adebayor 27 goals for Istanbul Basaksehir.
35 years old really.





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