Tottenham’s Togolese striker hailed as a commander on Sherwood after a goal scored in 5-1 victory against Sunderland, Adebayor being very grateful for the trust of his coach
From Tim Sherwood’s appointment as head coach at Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor has begun to stand out the most. He managed to score important goals for his team both in the Premier League and in European competitions.
In the period in which on the bench was Andre Villas-Boas the Togo player very rarely caught the team, but Sherwood gave him full confidence and now he wanted to thank his coach. Spurs footballer expressed the desire that his manager to remain at the club, taking account that there are already speculation that will be replaced this summer.
“I’m a player, he’s picking me and I’m scoring goals, so I hope he stays.” Adebayor told Sky Sports after the match with Sunderland, in which he scored twice.
“But I’m not the chairman, I’m not the owner of the club, so no matter what happens I will focus on my football and doing my job for the club.
“But he has been a big thing in my life. When everyone forgot about me, he gave me back my life. I’m very grateful and owe big thanks for that.
“I keep saying it. No matter what happens to the manager, I respect him as a manager and as a footballer.
“Today I’m very happy to be back on the pitch, scoring goals. There are still five games to go, let’s focus on that and see what happens in the summer.”