Togo have named their squad for the forthcoming Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers towards Comoros and Kenya respectively.
Coach Claude Le Roy has included 13 local-based gamers within the workforce with the remainder of the squad being made up of foreign-based gamers.
The local-based gamers fashioned the workforce that took half within the African Nations Championship the place the Sparrowhawks have been eradicated within the group stage after managing simply three factors which got here from the 2-1 win over Uganda. That they had fallen to eventual winners Morocco and Rwanda in Group C.
Eyes will likely be on the 16-year-old Joshua Doke who seems for SC Wafa of Ghana in addition to the 18-year-old Sama Abdoul-Halimou who’s making his debut.
On the street to Cameroon, Togo began their marketing campaign with a 1-Zero house loss to Comoros earlier than taking part in to a 1-1 draw with Kenya of their second Group G outing.
The Sparrowhawks fell 1-Zero away to Egypt earlier than falling 3-1 at house towards the identical opponent.
Togo will likely be away to Comoros on March 25 earlier than internet hosting Harambee Stars 4 days later.
Within the group, the Pharaohs are prime with eight factors alongside Comoros who’re second with the identical variety of factors however with an inferior purpose distinction.
Harambee Stars are third with three factors whereas Togo are backside of the desk with some extent.
Whereas the East African outfit will play Togo away in Lome of their remaining group recreation, the Pharaohs will likely be at house towards Comoros. The highest two groups will play within the finals in Cameroon.
Goalkeepers: Adry Kossi Agbéko (Dyto, Togo), Gbenyo Komlan (Gbohloe-Su, Togo), Djehani Nguessan (ASC Hayableh, Djibouti).
Defenders: Agbozo Klousseh (Eibja, Tunisia), Ama Tchoutchou Kangnivi (FC Nouadhibou, Mauritania), Atte Youssifou (SC Wafa, Ghana), Djene Dakonam (Getafe, Spain), Moussa Bilal (Togo Port, Togo), Lawson Steve (Livingstone, Scotland), Sama Adboul-Halimou (Asko, Togo), Toudji Messan (Gomido).
Midfielders: Adjahli Moise (San Pedro, Ivory Coast), Akoro Bilali (AS OTR, Togo), Amekoudji Dodzi (Dyoto, Togo), Child Ihlas, (Hoffenheim, Germany), Lastly Henrytse (FC Lahti, Finland), Gnama Akate (Asko, Togo), Tchakei Marouf (Asko, Togo).
Forwards: Agoro Ashraf (ASCK, Togo), Ouro-Agoro Ismail (ASCK, Togo), Doke Joshua (SC Wafa, Ghana), Mlapa Peniel (Al-Ittihad Kalba SC, UAE), Nane Yendoutie Richard (ASCK, Togo), Tchatakora Abdoul-Samiou (ASCK,Togo).