Last Updated: Sat, 09 Jan 2010 10:38
Hull City boss Phil Brown wants Daniel Cousin and Seyi Olofinjana back at the KC Stadium after the Togo bus was attacked.
The coach driver of the Togo team bus was killed when the bus came under gunfire in Angola, while two Togo players, goalkeeper Kodjovi Obilale and defender Serge Akakpo, were also shot and injured.
Nigerian midfielder Olofinjana and Gabon striker Cousin are among a number of Premier League players competing in the tournament and Brown has said in no uncertain terms he wants his African stars to return to England.
Brown told the Sun: "I have two players on duty and I want them home."
Manchester City striker Emmanuel Adebayor and Aston Villa midfielder Moustapha Salifou were on the bus at the time of the attack, but both are said to have escaped injury.
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