The Sparrow hawks of Togo are to meet Gabon's national football team on November 14th in Lome for a decisive match which might open them the doors for the Africa Cup of Nations (CAN-2010) due to take place in Angola.
Togo comes third in group A with 5 points, behind Cameroon (10 points) and Gabon (9 points). Morocco is 4th and last of the group with 3 points.Striker Sheyi Adebayor will be among the players.
Everything is expected to go on well as far as the national team will play at home. It will be recalled that the Sparrow Hawks had some problems when travelling to Cameroon a few weeks ago.
Here is the list of Togolese players
Kossi Agassa (FC Istres, France),Tchao Kokou (ASKO Togo), Oukpedjo Abourahmane (US Koroki Togo), Baba Tchagouni (Dijon, France)
Tawali Magnima (Gomido, Togo), Serge Akakpo (Vaslui, Roumania), Assimiou Touré (Leverkusen, Germany), Mamah Gafar (Fc Sheriff, Moldavia), Kacla Eninful (Monastir, Tunisia), Akimsola Boussari (Difaa El Jedida, Morocco), Zangaba Abass (Semassi, Togo)
Alaixys Romao (Grenoble, France), Komlan Amewou (Stromsgosdet, Norway), Mani Sapol (Al Ittihad, Lybia), Guillaume Brenner (Alki FC, Cyprus), Moustapha Salifou ( Aston Villa, UK), Womé Dové (Liberty Profesionnals, Ghana), Floyd Ayité (Nancy, France), Serge Gakpé (Monaco, France)
Sheyi Adebayor (Manchester City, UK), Jonathan Ayité (Nîmes, France), Kpatoumbi Liyabe (ASKO, Togo), Kokou Peniel Mlapa (Munich 1860, Germany)
and the list of Gabonese players
Didier Ovono (Le Mans), Claude Nguéma (Téléstars), William Loussouéké (Stade Manji)
Georges Ambourouet (FK Makedonija), Bruno Ecuélé Manga (Angers), Moïse Brou Apanga (Brest), Rodrigue Moundounga (Mangasport), Aymar Mvé Moro (FC Malines), Erwin Nguéma (CotonSport Garoua), Arsène Do Marcolino (Les Herbiers), Ernest Akouassaga (Nantes)
Cédric Moubamba, Thierry Issiémou (Monastir), Paul Kessany Zatégwa (Istres), Bruno Mbanangoye Zita (Sivasspor), Arsène Copa (Gyori Eto), Alexandre Ndoumbou (Marseille), Alain Djissikadié (TP Mazembe)
Pierre Aubameyang (Lille), Daniel Cousin (Hull City), Fabrice Do Marcolino (Laval), Eric Mouloungui (Nice), Roguy Meyé (Ankaragucu) et Willy Aubameyang (Eupen).