Tag Yaya Toure

Yaya Toure considers Maltese citizenship

Out-of-favour Manchester City star Yaya Toure is believed to be seeking Maltese citizenship, which costs a million Euros.   “Yaya was recently in Malta in

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Pep Guardiola happy to accept Toure’s apology

Pep Guardiola says he is happy to accept Yaya Toure’s apology and move on with life at Manchester City.   The veteran Ivorian midfielder issued

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City will see the best of Toure – Pellegrini

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini believes fans will see midfielder Yaya Toure back at his best this season.   Toure scored twice as City kicked

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‘I will definitely stay’ at City – Toure

Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure said fans should not worry about his future, with the Ivorian promising to remain at the club next season.  

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Man City to off-load Toure and other top players

The Telegraph is reporting that Yaya Toure – and five other major players – will be put up for sale by Manchester City once their

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African Cup of Nations and FIFA Ballon d’Or 2015?

An African player is still to win FIFA Ballon d’Or. The FIFA administered Ballon d’Or is supposed to be fairer than the European Ballon d’Or

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Yaya Toure confident ahead of Guinea clash

Yaya Toure is confident that under coach Herve Renard, Ivory Coast will pick up a win in their opening CAF African Cup of Nations, Group

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Yaya Toure wins African Footballer of the Year award again

Manchester City midfield star Yaya Toure won a fourth straight CAF African Footballer of the Year Award for 2014 in Lagos on Thursday night.  

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African Players in Europe

Ivory Coast star Yaya Toure was on the mark for Manchester City in the English Premier League, whilst 18-year-old Francois Kamano scored for the first

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Yaya Toure wins EPL award

Manchester City star Yaya Toure has been named the English Premier League’s African Player of the Month of November. In a statement by organisers New

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