Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Kolo Touré professional football player

Kolo Habib Touré is a footballer who was born on March 19, 1981 in Bouake, Côte d'Ivoire, who plays for Manchester City club and national team of Ivory Coast. Touré played as right back and he is the brother of Manchester City player named Yaya Touré and Ibrahim Touré is playing at the club Makasa. In his personal life, Touré is a Muslim and he lives with his wife named Awo and had children named Sania and Yiassin. Touré when he was playing at ASEC Abidjan youth junior, then he came in the club's senior team in 2000-2002. After playing for two seasons later he joined one of the English club Arsenal in the year 2002-2009. Old playing for Arsenal, Toure scored nine goals in 225 appearances. After seven years with Arsenal, he moved to another English club that is Manchester City in 2009. At Manchester City, he has scored three in 57 appearances. Touré was able to score again for Manchester City if he was joining the club. Touré career with Ivory Coast's national team began in 2000. He played in 95 appearances and is able to print as many as five goals. [read more]