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Adebayor keen on strong finish

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Emmanuel Adebayor claims Arsenal owe it to their fans to finish the season on a high rather than looking back to reflect on what might have been.

Any lingering hopes of silverware were extinguished following defeat at Barclays Premier League leaders Manchester United, which left the Gunners nine points off the pace with only four games to play. Having also lost a dramatic Champions League quarter-final against Liverpool last week, Arsenal are set for another barren campaign.

"It is difficult, but I know my mum will be somewhere watching the TV, so I have to play for her, all my family and all the people who love Arsenal," Adebayor told Arsenal TV Online. "We have to win all those games now, to play for our honour and for our fans."

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