Tottenham Hotspur striker, Emmanuel Adebayor, has expressed love for Premier League side, Hearts of Oak.
The Togo international said he has been an admirer of the Accra-based side since 1999 and plans to retire at the club.
“I’m a Phobian, if that is how they call it. I always have. They are a great team and I want to be associated with them before my career ends,” the striker who was raised in Accra before leaving abroad told Accra-based Joy FM. “I started playing football in Africa and I plan on ending it there and Hearts is my choice.”
“I have a lot of their souvenirs even far more than that of Arsenal, Manchester City, Madrid and Hotspur. I talk a lot with Stephen [Appiah], who was also their player before going to Europe. He told me great things about the club and I will want to be in the record books of such a great team.
“I spend most of my time in Ghana when I’m on vacation. It’s a wonderful country and the people are very friendly. Right now I’m at Tottenham Hotspur, hopefully and have a long way to go in my football career so I will still keep the dream alive,” Adebayor said.