.....because he was obviously dropped on his head as a baby.
I often wonder if over the years he has developed a form of dementia. He seems to be very very deluded. I'm sorry if I offend anyone with dementia. Being compared with Adebayor may seem insulting but it is the only way I can describe his ramblings, especially his attempt at an apology.
I'd like to be the bigger man and say that I would accept his apology but I say fuck the prick. He doesn't mean it. He probably only did it because someone behind the scenes at Manchester City told him to do it. The reason? Probably to try and prevent the FA from punishing him in a major way.
He has to be punished. What he did was plain stupid and you have to ask what sort of a role model he is. Why run the whole length of the pitch and celebrate in front of us like that? It was pure provocation and that is the bottom line. I don't care that he was emotional, he had to time to think to himself whilst he ran like Forrest Gump that it would be a stupid thing to do.
As for his stamp/kick out/assault on RVP, he didn't mean that either. It was his football boot's fault you see. It has a mind of it's own. It decided that it didn't like the look of RVP's face and unfortunately for Adebayor it was attached to his foot hence the reason it's seems that Ade stamped/kicked/assaulted poor Robin's boat race.
It's funny how life works out isn't it? Going back a couple of years I would never have believed that Adebayor would ever be this hated by Gooners but it is all his own doing. Not in his little mind of course but that is the dementia-related disease or the dropping on his head as a baby kicking in.
Karma is a funny thing and I'm a firm believer in what goes around comes around. Adebayor will get his comeuppance for his antics yesterday and although I'm sure that many Manchester City fans have taken him to their hearts and enjoyed his shenanigans I do have some advice for them; it won't last.
The geezer is trouble and that has been proved at every club he has played for, not forgetting the grief he has caused the Togo national coach in the past too. I'm 100% confident that he will cause Manchester City the same kind of grief he has caused us and all the other clubs he has been with.
Keep it Goonerish..............