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- noun A person from
Togoor of Togolese descent.
- adjective Of, from, or pertaining to Togo, the Togolese people or the Togolese language.
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- adjective of or relating to the African country of Togo or its people
- noun a native or inhabitant of Togo
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Most recently, on September 16, the group grabbed five French nationals, one Madagascan and one Togolese from a large French uranium mine in Niger.
Redknapp had made a striker his top transfer priority this summer and reckons the Togolese is a "fantastic" signing.
He said he wished to apologize to all Togolese, to Bahrain authorities and also to Mr. Perumal.
The Togolese soon identified a suspect for the coach who led the fake team: Banna Tchanil é, a coach who trained the Togo national team several times between 2000 and 2009.
Mr. Perumal, whose name has been cited in several match-fixing scandals, said he had no idea that the Togolese players who came to Bahrain weren't from the national team.
In 2006, Togolese players threatened to boycott a World Cup game in Germany because of a dispute over pay.
The big Togolese striker wasn't injured or suspended, but because he's on loan from City, a clause in his contract prevented him from taking the field against his parent club.
For the Sept. 7 game, each Togolese player was paid some $300, while each squad staff member received $1,000, he said.
The solemnity, enthusiasm and unanimity that surrounded this vote makes us think that the Togolese people can do great things together, provided the will is there.
Last November, Togolese soccer clubs issued a vote of no confidence against the federation's board for poor management.
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