Craiova midfielder Samuel Asamoah has earned a call up for Togo’s impending friendly games against Sierra Leone and Benin in Turkey.
The former Sint-Truiden enforcer is among the 38 players called by manager Paulo Duarte for the two games.
Born in Ghana, Asamoah’s mother is a Togolese which made him to opt for the country after being overlooked by Ghana.
Fellow compatriot Kennedy Boateng who also switched allegiance to play for the Hawks last month was not invited.
Malcolm Barcola (Lyon, France) Wassiou Ouro-Gneni (ASCK) Steven Foly Mensah (Hamburg, Germany)
Dakonam Djene (Getafe, Spain) Steven Folly Nador (Spal, Italy) Emmanuel Hackman (Gil Vicente, Portugal) Frédéric Ananou (Paderborn, Germany) Kangnivi Ama Tchoutchoui (FC Nouadhibou, Mauritania) Klousseh Agbozo (Abu Salem, Libya) Loic Bessile (Charleroi, Belgium) Youssifou Atte (Legon Cities, Ghana) Jean Marie Nadjombe (Fortuna Koln, Germany) Kevin Boma (Angers, France) Mathieu Dotse (Dyto)
Alaixys Romao (Ionikos, Greece) Franco Atchou (Erbil, Iraq) Gnama Akate (Al Naft, Iraq) Marouf Tchakei (AS Vita Club, DR Congo) Samuel Asamoah (Univ. Craoiva, Romania) Dikeni-Rafid Salifou (Augsburg, Germany) Karim Dermane (Feyenoord, Netherlands) Malik Djibril (Vicenza, Italy) Samsondin Ouro (NS Mura, Slovenia) Jarry Kparo Ahoro (AS Togo Port)
Attackers David Henen (Kortrijk, Belgium) Ismail Ouro-Agoro (St George, Ethiopia) Justin Yere (Dyto) Kevin Denkey (Circle Brugge, Belgium) Kodjo Laba (Al Ain, United Arab Emirates) Fessou Placca (Al Tadamon, Kuwait) Thibault Klidje (Bordeaux, France) Joshua Doke (WAFA, Ghana) Junior Akakpo (Entente II) Kodjo Aziangbe (Al Nasr, United Arab Emirates) Nadir Ayeva (Orebro Syrianska, Sweden) Tawfik Moukaila (Gbohloe-Su)