Tag Archives: Togo National Team

The Daily Drool: Hakim Ouro-Sama

6 Aug

Center back Hakim currently plays for Lille. He has represented Togo at the U20 and senior levels.

The Daily Drool: Djené Dakonam

9 Sep

Center back Djené currently plays for Getafe. He has represented Togo at the U20 and senior levels.

The Daily Drool: Floyd Ayité

22 Jul

Attacking midfielder Floyd currently plays for Fulham. He has represented Togo at the senior level.

The Daily Drool: Serge Gakpé

12 May

Serge GakpeStriker Serge currently plays for Atalanta on loan from Genoa. He has represented France at the U16, U17, U18, U19 and U21 levels and Togo at the senior level.

Mazel Tov: Emmanuel Adebayor A Definite To Return To Togolese National Team

14 Nov

Adebayor set for Togo return in WCup qualifier

By EBOW GODWIN, Associated Press

LOME, Togo (AP)—Emmanuel Adebayor is in line for an international return with Togo after its federation agreed Monday to his demands for the better treatment of players

Federation spokesman Agbovie Papavi Patatu said officials had “unanimously agreed with all the points” raised by the Tottenham forward at a series of meetings in Ghana, opening the way for his comeback in Tuesday’s home World Cup qualifier against Guinea-Bissau.

Adebayor said his return for Togo was “now definite” after officials agreed to the demands, which include the federation paying promptly for air tickets for players to travel for games. Continue reading

Adebayor To Possibly Return to Togolese National Team

9 Nov

This is some great news! Adebayor met today with his country’s Football Association. BBC Sport ran the following story about this last night. I’m hoping for the best for this lovely man.
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Two Manu Adebayor Articles

17 Sep

I think Manu looks very handsome with his new look, what do you think? He seems to be settling in nicely, scoring in his debut match for Tottenham and in his interviews. The first interview says some lovely things about Mourinho and the latter talks openly about how the tragedy at the 2010 African Cup of Nations affected his world view. I have to admit, I teared up reading both of these. He comes off as such a lovely person – total class – so different than perception of I had of him as a sullen, angry player that I dreaded getting from Manchester City. I was delighted to be proved wrong and grew to love him. I think that being at Real Madrid did him a lot of good and I hope he enjoys his time at Tottenham just as much. Read on…
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