Guinea-Bissau forward Abel Camara reflects on his team’s historic achievement of reaching...
- EXCLUSIVE | Guinea-Bissau’s Abel Camara: We feel like heroes
- Uganda defender Wasswa: We’re not afraid of Egypt
- Egypt thrash Canada 4-0 in Military World Cup
- Baba Rahman to miss AFCON after ACL rupture
- Egypt keeper Ahmed El-Shennawy sheds light on AFCON injury
- EXCLUSIVE: Kilmarnock turn down Zamalek bid for Souleymane Coulibaly
- AFCON Roundup: Guinea Bissau denied historic win
- OFFICIAL: Ghana’s Baba Rahman out of Africa Cup of Nations
- African legend Essam El-Hadary sets sights on 2018 FIFA World Cup
- Hosts Gabon suffer injury setback ahead of Cameroon clash
Claude Le Roy appointed new Togo manager
Le Roy penned a three-year contract with Togo, and he selected Sebastian Minier to be his assistant.
It’s well worth mentioning that Togo are third in their AFCON qualifying group with seven points from four matches, two points behind Liberia and level in points with Tunisia but with a lower goal difference. Therefore, it will be a tough challenge for the Frenchmen to qualify to the 2017 AFCON.
“We need a miracle to qualify for the 2017 AFCON, perhaps as the best second-placed team,” Le Roy told AFP on Wednesday.
Togo last AFCON participation was back in 2013, where they got knocked out in the quarter finals after losing to eventual runner-ups Burkina Faso.