11 January 2013

Togo: Afcon 2013 - the 23 Hawks of Togo With Agassa

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Gervinho of Cote d'Ivoire celebrates his goal during the encounter with Togo.

It is finally revealed very late in the evening of Wednesday, but we know the 23 players who will go to the Togolese Afcon. Some surprises include the presence in the group of the guardian of Reims Kossi Agassa. The latter that had withdrawn due to an injury got integrated at the last minute.

Three players from the local league will make their first Afcon. It isabout Kokou Donou, Atsu-Mawugbé and Placca Fessou. Among others, Thomas Dossevi and Senah Mango are missing.

The 23 hawks of Togo :

Goalkeepers: Agassa Kossi (France / Reims), Tchagouni Baba (France / Dijon) Atsu Mawugbe (Togo / Maranatha).

Defenders: Nibombe Dare (Belgium / RBDB) OuroAkoriko Sadat (South Africa / Free State Stars) Gafar Mamah (Moldova / FC Dacia) Akakpo Serge (Slovenia / Zilina FC) Vincent Bossou (Vietnam / Binh Duong Football Club) , Donou Kokou (Togo / Maranatha) Djene Dakonam (Cameroon / Cotton Sport).

Midfielders: Amewou Komlan (France / Nîmes) Moustapha Salifou (); Dove Wome (South Africa / Free State Stars) Segbefia Kossi Prince (France / Auxerre) Amétépé Kodjo (Gabon / CF Mounana) Mani SAPOL (Algeria / CA Batna) Ayité Floyd (Reims / France), Alaixys Romao (Lorient / France).

Strikers: Emmanuel Adebayor (England / Tottenham), Serge Gakpe (France / Nantes) Damessi Kalen (France / Lille): Placca Fessou same (Togo / Agaza) Ayité Jonathan (France / Brest).

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