Vintage Claude Le Roy hopes to find a new team in time for Afcon after Togo exit

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Claude Le Roy has resigned as coach of Togo after they failed to qualify for the Afcon finals, but said he was far from finished in African football. Picture: Gallo Images
Claude Le Roy has resigned as coach of Togo after they failed to qualify for the Afcon finals, but said he was far from finished in African football. Picture: Gallo Images

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The 73-year-old Frenchman, who has coached at an unprecedented nine Afcon finals, said he was leaving the job after Togo finished last in their qualifying group.

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