11 January 2013

Togo: Afcon 2013 - Adebayor Resays 'No' to Togo! (french Media)

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South African soccer fans.

According to the newspaper lequipe this morning, Emmanuel Adebayor will not ultimately go to Afcon.

The Spurs striker of Tottenham has informed his coach Didier Six. And yet the former Citizen's name is on the list of 23 Hawks of Togo sent to CAF to take part in this continental meeting. And it is this list that creates discomfort. And still with lequipe.fr, it is the list delivered by Six to his masters.

This is in fact what prompted Adebayor to step back again, despite the efforts by the Head of State, Faure Gnassingbé for the return of the player of Tottenham.

Senah Mango also blasted before his departure yesterday to Marseille, the Togolese football leaders about this list. According to the Marseille player, his name was in the list of Didier Six "The coach told me that I was part of the 23 when he made his list. But at the last minute, the President withdraws me. "

A scenario which could cost to the Togolese national team which will have to overcome Ivory Coast, Tunisia and Algeria in Group D of the competition.

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