Last Updated: Sat, 17 Nov 2012 12:58
Spurs striker Emmanuel Adebayor has criticised his former club Arsenal, claiming that they will not win any silverware this season.
The striker prepares to line up in the north London derby this afternoon with Tottenham one place ahead in the Premier League table.
The 28 year-old believes that the Gunners drought in terms of trophies will continue beyond this season, because he believes talent alone is not enough.
Spurs will be looking to add to their rivals misery, as Arsene Wenger's side come into the game with only two wins from their last seven league outings.
The controversial striker scored 62 goals in 142 appearances during his time under the Frenchman.
"I think we all know it is a long time since Arsenal won a trophy. I have a huge amount of respect for all the players there now. But to win a trophy is not so easy." said Adebayor.
"The players at Arsenal are good but sometimes you need more than good to win a trophy. You also need luck. You never know but the league looks over for them and the Champions League looks tough, so I cannot see them winning any trophies."
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