Togo's entire squad for January's Africa Cup of Nations in Angola play their football outside the country.
Manchester City's Emmanuel Adebayor is the biggest name in the squad named by French coach Hubert Velud.
The rest of the squad play in leagues around the world including Brazil, Libya and Moldova.
Togo begin their Nations Cup campaign against Ghana on 11 January before games against Burkina Faso and Ivory Coast.
Kossi Agassa (Istres, France), Baba Tchagouni (Dijon, France), Kodjovi Obilale (Pontivy, France)
Assimiou Toure (Bayer Leverkusen, Germany), Gafar Mamah (Sheriff, Moldova), Eric Akoto (Maccabi Ahi, Israel), Boussari Akinsola (Enugu Rangers, Nigeria), Pereira Hamilton (Sport Recife, Brazil), Kakla Eninful (US Monastir, Tunisia), Richmond Forson (Thouars FC, France), Emmanuel Mathias (Hapoel Pekta, Israel), Serge Akakpo (Vaslui FC, Romania)
Floyd Ayite (Nancy, France), Alaixys Romao (Grenoble, France), Komlan Améwou (Stromgodset, Norway), Guillaume Brenner (Alki FC, Cyprus), Moustapha Salifou (Aston Villa, England), Serge Gakpe (Monaco, France), Razak Boukari (Lens, France), Sapool Mani (Al Ittihad, Libya), Thomas Dossevi (Nantes, France), Junior Yao Seneya (Dibaa Al Hisn, UAE)
Jonathan Ayite (Nimes, France), Emmanuel Adebayor (Manchester City, England), Serge Nyuiadzi (Nice, France)