1 February 2013

Togo: The Hawks of Togo Back to Work!

Photo: Sydney Mahlangu/BackpagePix
Komlan Amewou of Togo battles with Jonathan Pitroipa of Burkina Faso.

Two days after their historic qualification for the quarter-finals of the finals of Afcon, the Hawks of Togo are back to work. With line of sight, the game the next Sunday against Burkina Faso.

Yesterday, Thursday, was a total rest for everyone. So this Friday, the band of Didier Six is directed to the Municipal Stadium of Kabokweni for what will be the only session of the day.

Single session but very soft in the wake of the recovery of the players, said a member of management. After a few laps of the field, players have formed three groups for ten minutes 5 against 2. Then followed exercises of ball passing.

This 45-minute session ended with an exercise of penalty shootout. This is auspicious when the team begins the knockout tournament.

Tomorrow Saturday, the traditional pre-game session is planned, as well as the press conference will be held at Protea Hotel in Nelspruit, the base camp of the Hawks.

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