ADEBAYOR LEFT OUT OF TOGO SQUAD FOR 2022 WORLD CUP QUALIFIERS

Togo captain Emmanuel-adebayor/' title='Emmanuel Adebayor News'>Emmanuel Adebayor is left out of the national squad for next month's 2022 World-cup/' title='World Cup News'>World Cup qualifiers against Comoros.

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