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Togolese striker Emmanuel Adebayor first came to the Hotspurs in 2011 on loan from Manchester City, and signed a permanent deal to Tottenham the following year. He started his senior year with Metz B in 2000, and since then he has become known as a strong player with skill, speed, consistency and aerial ability. Adebayor has taken these attributes to the international stage for Togo since 2000, and earned African Footballer of the Year in 2008.

Show your love for the Lilywhites in their new official home jersey from Under Armour.

Classic, premium look with open collar, embroidered Tottenham Hotspur team badge, embroidered Under Armour logo and screened sponsor design on the front. Tottenham Hotspur team design is subtly screened on the back.

The ultra-lightweight fabric balances durability, breathability, and mobility. Mesh ventilation allows superior airflow and the anti-microbial technology

HeatGear moisture control.

Brad Friedel, Michael Dawson and Kyle Walker will be joined by new signings Gylfi Sigurdsson and Jan Vertonghen in this official Tottenham Hotspur jersey.

100% polyester. Imported.


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Rules of the Game: According to FIFA, a goal may be scored directly from the kick-off. The mascots for the 1974 FIFA World Cup in West Germany were two boy characters named Tip and Tap. The mascot for the 1994 FIFA World Cup in the USA was a dog character named Striker. Liverpool came back from a 3-0 halftime deficit to beat AC Milan in penalties in the 2005 Champions League final. The current World Cup trophy will be retired in 2038 when there is no more room for the champion's name.