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OFFICIAL - Kolo TOURE announces quitting football. He'll be Ivorian NT assistant coach

10.08.2017 16.29 by Claudio Colla  read 926
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After having spent his last season as a professional football player at Celtic Glasgow, 36-year old Ivorian star centre-back Kolo Touré announced quitting the pitch. Manchester City star Yaya Touré's older brother, who collected 499 official caps overall for Arsenal (2002/03 - 2008/09), Manchester City themselves (2009/10 - 2012/13), and Liverpool (2013/14 - 2015/16), scoring 18 goals, plus 120 caps and 7 goals for Ivorian national teams, has been named assistant coach for Les Éléphants, trained at the time by Marc Wilmots, as well as for Under-23 Olympic team.

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