Togo | 2017 Africa Cup of Nations

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Togo | 2017 Africa Cup of Nations

Postby PES Stats Database » 2009 Oct 12, 22:10

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Togo National Team

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Nickname: Les Eperviers (The Sparrow Hawks)

Official Website: http://www.ftftogo.com/

Manager: _fra Claude Le Roy

Team Roster:

Goalkeepers:
#1 - Cédric Mensah - _fra Le Mans
#16 - Kossi Agassa - Unattached
#23 - Baba Tchagouni - _fra Marmande

Defenders:
#3 - Hakim Ouro-Sama - _tog Togo-Port
#5 - Serge Akakpo - _tur Trabzonspor
#6 - Abdoul-Gafar Mamah - _mda Dacia Chișinău
#9 - Vincent Bossou - _tan Young Africans
#11 - Maklibé Kouloum - _tog Dynamic Togolais
#13 - Sadat Ouro-Akoriko - _ksa Al-Khaleej
#21 - Djené Dakonam - _bel Sint-Truiden

Midfielders:
#2 - Franco Atchou - _tog Dynamic Togolais
#7 - Mathieu Dossevi - _bel Standard Liége
#10 - Floyd Ayité - _eng Fulham
#14 - Prince Segbefia - _tur Göztepe
#15 - Alaixys Romao - _gre Olympiacos
#17 - Serge Gakpé - _ita Genoa
#18 - Lalawélé Atakora - _swe Helsingborg
#20 - Henri Eninful - _cyp Doxa
#22 - Ihlas Bebou - _ger Fortuna Düsseldorf

Strikers:
#4 - Emmanuel Adebayor - Unattached (captain)
#8 - Komlan Agbégniadan - _gha West African FA
#12 - Razak Boukari - _fra Châteauroux
#19 - Kodjo Fo-Doh Laba - _mar Nahdat Berkane


Recent Call-ups:

Goalkeepers:

Defenders:
Joseph Douhadji - _nga Rivers United

Midfielders:
Victor Nukafu - _tog Entente II

Strikers:



Formation:

GK - Agassa
RCB - Romao
LCB - Ouro-Akoriko
RB - Gakpé
LB - Djené
RCM - Atakora
LCM - F.Ayité
RM - Dossevi
LM - Bebou
CF - Adebayor (c)
CF - Kodjo Laba

Team Tactics: 4-4-2

Piece Takers:
Long Free Kicks:
Short Free Kicks:
FK 2nd Taker:
Left Corner Kicks:
Right Corner Kicks:
Penalties:
Players to come up on set pieces:


Older Competitions Rosters:

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Re: TOGO

Postby Paddy » 2010 Jan 15, 20:31

Ignorance is bliss.
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Re: TOGO

Postby Rfuna » 2010 Jan 15, 21:07

SportingGijón wrote:Then, what's up? You don't help my ignorance just saying that.

i wouldn't know where to start. you make out as if angola is some war torn country rife in bullet casings and body bags. The war has been over for quite sometime and Angola is rather peaceful (there are other things beside sport that hold the country together, particularly dance and music, also Angola is abundant in oil and minerals and is in fact one of the fastest growing economies in the world) . The reason why Angola was host was to give the country the opportunity to prove itself and attract foreign wealth and investment. Mali and Burkina Faso also hosted, using it as a developmental tool, and have prospered. So that was the logic behind the move (albeit a controversial one) to build the nation and uplift its people. And in fact there were in fact very few signs such an attack would take place, the rebel group had signed a peace deal back in 2006, and so everything was relatively quiet and peaceful (even according to FIFA authorities (inspection team) and the US State Dept. and living in the US myself, that saying quite a lot :lol: ). I had never even heard of this rebel group until this past week. Still, one has to wonder though why Togo chose to driveinstead of flying to Cabinda city directly when instructed to do so. Why did the Togo government sent Airplane to bring them back to Togo and did not give them a plane to go to Angola in the first place? After all, the other participating nations arrived trouble free.

In any case, I take it you're Spanish, should we argue that Spain or Portugal is unsafe to host any sports tournament because of separatist violence/terrorist attacks in the region?
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Re: TOGO

Postby SportingGijón » 2010 Jan 16, 12:46

That's really nice, I'll take It In count next time I open my mouth, but just calling ignorant a guy who's not even on his 18, just doesn't help. And even less when you're actually replying a message, the less you can do Is just give some info...Or have you always knowed It all? The mistake was, of course, talking without knowing. But you take It as If It was the knowing!
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Re: TOGO

Postby MotherHen » 2010 May 20, 19:40

Since i know nothing about this nation, any idea who will be replacing Adebayor?

http://www.independent.co.uk/sport/foot ... 42794.html
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Re: TOGO

Postby Kempie » 2010 May 23, 22:05

Just noticed the first name of their no.1 - quite an unfortunate name for a goalkeeper :lol:
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Re: TOGO

Postby rossonero99 » 2011 Apr 04, 17:31

Romao's stats here, and he plays for FC Lorient.

Fix it please...
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Re: Togo

Postby Reverend » 2013 Jan 22, 19:03

Update with the list of CAN 2013
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Re: Togo | 2017 Africa Cup of Nations

Postby antony » 2017 Jan 19, 19:43

updated.
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