Ivory Coast boss Herve Renard is in danger of failing in his task of guiding one of the continent’s superpowers to the 2015 African Cup of Nations.
Posts Tagged ‘kolo toure’
Ciaran Kelly looks at the Italian who is set for a new challenge after this year’s World Cup.
After putting Fulham in front with an own goal, Kolo Toure has went on to knock over referee Phil Dowd. Probably best to keep your head down Kolo until the end of the game. And here’s another angle Kolo, the gift that keeps on giving
Warrior are pleased to announce that Kolo Toure is the latest player to join the Warrior team. Toure is likely to join fellow Warrior players Vincent Kompany, Marouane Fellaini and Tim Cahill at next year’s World Cup in Brazil. The Ivory Coast captain will lead his country against Colombia, Greece and Japan, hoping to become […]
Ciaran Kelly discusses what could be an upcoming swansong for a talented crop of Côte d’Ivoire players.
Jack Wells looks ahead to Liverpool’s second season under Brendan Rodgers.
Ciaran Kelly breaks down the England national side and looks ahead to what could be a bright future for ‘them across the water’.
After another trophyless season at the Emirates, this summer and the 2011/12 campaign will define Arsene Wenger’s tenure at the club writes Ciaran Kelly.
In this week’s Off The Cuff, Ed compiles a top five list of the best and indeed the worse Premier League signings of the season. Keeping up appearances are one half of the Manchester City backline, a heroic defender making his mark in the Midlands, and a certain £20million Italian midfielder who so far hasn’t […]
Kolo Toure’s £15million departure from Arsenal to Manchester City marked the end of the ‘Invincibles’ era. Toure was the remaining member of that Arsenal squad that remained unbeaten for 49games in the 2003-04 season, and becoming the first team since Preston North End in 1888-89 to remain a whole league campaign unbeaten. That season also […]