Togo National Team Signs New Manager Claude Ley Roy‎

Togo National Team Signs New Manager Claude Ley Roy‎

The heat is on, the Africa Cup of Nations qualification is getting hotter and it’s no news that the Super Eagles of Nigeria have already crashed out but some countries like Togo have started doing something about it so as to see their national team qualify for the Confederation of African Football, CAF 2017.

Claude Ley Roy commonly known as African Cup of Nation specialist have been given the job to manage the Togolese side to qualify them for the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations.
The Togolese national team seem to be in a very bad position in the qualification table, they are placed third behind Tunisia and Liberia, the Frenchman expertise is needed if the Togolese national team will make it to the Confederation of African Football, CAF 2017.
Claude Ley Roy, 68 year old has signed a three year deal for the Togolese national team to make them qualify for the CAF 2017.
Speaking with AFP, the newly signed Togolese manager, Claude Ley Roy, said, “what we need now is a miracle to qualify for the 2017 Confederation of African Football, CAF”.
The African Cup of Nations specialist, Claude Ley Roy have done well with the likes of Ghana, Senegal, DR Congo and in 1988 he guided Cameroon to the 1988 African title, he is that good.‎ ‎
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