Adebayor feared for his life during attack
Updated Monday, 1st February 2010
Emmanuel Adebayor feared he would never play for Manchester City again at the height of the terrorist attack in Angola that resulted in three of Togo's African Nations Cup party being killed.
The striker will never forget the chilling experience in Cabinda at the beginning of last month, which brought a traumatic conclusion to what was supposed to be one of the most exciting experiences of Adebayor's life.
And, after dedicating his opener in Sunday's 2-0 win over Portsmouth to the friends he lost, Adebayor admitted he feared his own life was about to come to a brutal end.
"At one point I didn't think I would ever see City's stadium and the fans again," he told www.mcfc.co.uk. "I have been through a difficult moment in my life. I am glad that these terrible moments are behind me."