Emmanuel Adebayor has agreed to return to the Togo national team, 19 months after stepping down from international duties following a gun attack on the Togo team bus in Angola, which killed 3 people. The 27-year-old Manchester City striker, on a season-long loan at Tottenham, agreed to the comeback after meeting with Togo officials on Wednesday.
The Togolese Football Federation (FTF) released a statement on Thursday, saying: “Emmanuel
Regarding his return, and assurances on player safety, Adebayor told BBC Sport, “I am happy to say I am returning for Togo and will avail myself for next week’s game against Guinea Bissau,” adding “The FTF agreed with the issues I raised and they resolved that they will solve these problems for the benefit of all the players.”
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