Like other selections, Togo is preparing to take advantage of the October international window. Though friendly games are not yet official, coach Claude Le Roy unveiled a list for these potential events.
Coach has invited new players for the first time. Forward Etienne Amenyido, defender Loic Bessilé, and midfielders Yessoufou Atte and Josue Doke.
Back in selection, defender Mawouna Amevor will take part after almost 5 years of absence. Without club, Mathieu Dossevi will be there the same.
Evolving in Tunisia, Huvert Donou and Serge Seko are on board. While the locals Agbozo, Tchakei, Aigba and Amah Tchoutchoui are also part of the crew.
For now, a friendly match is confirmed for the Eperviers. It will be against Sudan. Discussions are underway with the Central African Republic and Libya for the second poster.
Full list as below.
Goalkeepers: Moubarak Aigba (AS OTR), Dove Abotchi (JDR Stars, South Africa), Malcolm Barcola (Lyon, France).
Defenders: Djene Dakonam (Getafe, Espagne), Kangni Amah Tchoutchoui (Gbohloe-Su), Loic Bessile (Bordeaux, France), Steve Lawson (Livingstone, Ecosse), Klusseh Agbozo (Dyto), Simon Gbegnon (Dinamo Tblissi, Géorgie), Mawouna Amevor (FC Eindhoven, Netherlands).
Midfielders: Franco Atchou (Fremad Amager, Denmark), Mathieu Dossevi, Floyd Ayite (Genclerbirligi, Turkey), Marouf Tchakei (ASKO), Serge Seko (CS Chebba, Tunisia), Hubert Donou (CS Sfaxien, Tunisia), Youssoufou Atte (WAFA, Ghana), Ihlas Bebou (Hoffenheim, Germany).
Forwards: Peniel Mlapa (Ittihad Kalba, United Arab Emirates), Gilles Sunu (Chateauroux, France), David Henen (Charleroi, Belgium), Josue Doke (WAFA, Ghana), Kodjo Laba (Al Ain, United Arab Emirates), Etienne Amenyido (Osnabruck, Germany), Kevin Denkey (Nîmes, France).