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Emmanuel Adebayor goes AWOL for Togo?

Adebayor goes AWOL for Togo?
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Togo striker Emmanuel Adebayor reportedly fails to attend training ahead of his country's World Cup qualifier against Cameroon on Saturday.

Togo striker Emmanuel Adebayor has reportedly failed to turn up to training ahead of his country's World Cup qualifier against Cameroon on Saturday.

The Tottenham Hotspur forward was expected to arrive at the team's base in Yaounde on Tuesday.

However, he has yet to show up with the game less than 24 hours away, according to The Mirror.

Adebayor has scored 27 goals in 57 appearances for Togo during two separate spells.

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