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‘Adebayor has a lot to learn’- Inter Allies technical head Henrik Peters

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Technical head of Inter Allies Football Club, Henrik Peters insists red-hot striker Victorien Adebayor has a lot to learn despite his explosive start to the Ghana Premier League.

The Niger international has been in stupendous form in the domestic league, netting 8 goals in nine premier league games and is joint top scorer with Aduana Stars’ Yahaya Mohammed.

But the head of Inter Allies’ technical department believes the media is over hyping the player, who he thinks has a ‘lot to learn’.

“He is very good on one-against-one, thus dribbling, his left foot is very good,” the Dane told an Accra based radio station.

“But is also important to say you are making a lot of hype about Adebayor, he still has a lot to learn, he is a good player, he scores a lot of goals, he can go very far but he has a lot to learn,” he added

Victorien Adebayor joined the Accra based club in the 2017/18 season after excelling in the WAFU Cup of Nations in Ghana three years ago.

He has since been an integral member of the Capelli Boys and was recently a target of Ghanaian giants Asante Kotoko.

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