Posted: Thursday May 23, 2013 8:45 AM

More problems with Togo federation for coach Six

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LOME, Togo (AP) -Coach Didier Six and the Togo Football Federation are battling over expenses of about $128,000 that the Frenchman says he incurred while traveling in Europe to scout possible players for the West African country's national team.

Six, who has had a troubled relationship with the federation and some of his senior players, says he has given the FTF an ultimatum to repay him or he will quit.

Six says he recently traveled in Europe for a scouting mission that was "known to everybody'' and doesn't understand "the behavior of people who are managing the FA.''

Federation spokesman Amavi Patatou countered that if the trip was on Togo team business then Six "should give us the list of the new players he detected during his tour.''

 
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