The Manchester City striker, who revealed the terrifying attack en route to the team's base in the Cabinda province lasted 30 minutes, will convene a team meeting as captain at which the squad will discuss whether they stay in Angola or return to their clubs.
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'I think a lot of players want to leave, I don't think they want to be at this tournament any more because they have seen their death already,' he told BBC Radio 5Live.
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'So we will have a good meeting tonight, everyone will go to their room, they will rest and we will see tomorrow morning we will make a decision which is good for our life.'
Adebayor added: "We are still in shock. If the security is not sure then we will be leaving tomorrow. I don't think they will be ready to give their life.
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'We will discuss everything as a team and we will take a decision that we thinkis good for our career, is good for our life and good for our family.'
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