16 January 2013

Togo: Adebayor Will Be At CAN 2013

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

Sheyi Adebayor, the Togolese famous player of Tottenham Spurs will be at CAN (African Nations 'Cup).

This is what seems to confirm the colleagues online Africatopsports and Football365/FootSud, while following the meeting held in Accra on last Monday morning between the player and the President of the Republic of Togo, Faure Gnassingbe, during the investiture's ceremony of his Ghanaian counterpart John Dramani Mahama.

The colleague also indicates that the Togolese Head of State had exchanged with the former Monaco and former Arsenal gunner, on his return to the selection of Hawks "Eperviers" and how to make the Togolese football break with multiple crises which shake it.

Probably having an idea of the spirit in which the discussions between the two men took place and the responses of Hawks captain to the President of the Togolese Republic, Africatopsports informed that "there is no longer any doubt : the Tottenham striker will play well at the African Cup of Nations 2013 with Togo. "

This is good information that will delight the fans of the player and those of all the Togolese team.

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