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15:50 16 November 2012

Emmanuel Adebayor is one player that has played for both Tottenham and Arsenal in the north London derby. How many more men did the same? Try our quiz below. Photo credit: Rebecca Naden/PA wire

Emmanuel Adebayor is one player that has played for both Tottenham and Arsenal in the north London derby. How many more men did the same? Try our quiz below. Photo credit: Rebecca Naden/PA wire

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