38 players listed as Togo set for Sierra Leone & Benin

by | Mar 16, 2022 | African News, Football Africa, Sport News | 0 comments

Togo head coach Paulo Duarte has finalised his 38-man squad for this month’s International friendlies in Antalya, Turkey. Photo Credit FTF

The FTF has confirmed their list, including names of under 23 players.

Togo will square up with Sierra Leone on March 24 before challenging Benin on March 29 in preparation for AFCON 2023 qualifiers.

After their poor showing in the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualification Group G, new technician Portuguese coach Paulo Duarte is working on Ivory Coast 2023.

Under the supervision of their Portuguese coach, Sparrowhawks ended second behind Senegal in the second round group stages of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers.

Portuguese coach Paulo Duarte full listed Players

Goalkeepers

Malcom Barcola (Lyon, France), Wassiou Ouro-Gneni (ASCK), Steven Foly Mensah (Hamburg, Germany)

Defenders

Dakonam Djene (Getafe, Spain), Steven Folly Nador (Spal, Italy), Emmanuel Hackman (Gil Vicente, Portugal), Frédéric Ananou (Paderborn, Germany), Kangnivi Ama Tchoutchoui (FC Nouadhibou, Mauritania), Kennedy Boateng (Santa Clara, Portugal), Klousseh Agbozo (Abu Salem, Libya), Loic Bessile (Charleroi, Belgium), Youssifou Atte (Legon Cities, Ghana), Jean Marie Nadjombe (Fortuna Koln, Germany) Kevin Boma (Angers, France) Mathieu Dotse (Dyto).

Midfielders 

Alaixys Romao (Ionikos, Greece), Franco Atchou (Erbil, Iraq), Gnama Akate (Al Naft, Iraq), Marouf Tchakei (AS Vita Club, DR Congo), Samuel Asamoah (Univ. Craoiva, Romania), Dikeni-Rafid Salifou (Augsburg, Germany ), Karim Dermane (Feyenoord, Netherlands), Malik Djibril (Vicenza, Italy), Samsondin Ouro (NS Mura, Slovenia), Jarry Kparo Ahoro (AS Togo Port).

Forwards

David Henen (Kortrijk, Belgium), Ismail Ouro-Agoro (St George, Ethiopia), Justin Yere (Dyto), Kevin Denkey (Cercle Brugge, Belgium), Kodjo Laba (Al Ain, United Arab Emirates), Fessou Placca (Al Tadamon, Kuwait), Thibault Klidje (Bordeaux, France), Josue Doke (WAFA, Ghana), Junior Akakpo (Entente II), Kodjo Aziangbe (Al Nasr, United Arab Emirates), Nadir Ayeva (Orebro Syrianska, Sweden), Tawfik Moukaila (Gbohloe-Su).

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