Former Manchester City Legend and Ivorian-born midfielder Yaya Touré has left, the Spurs’ Under-16 coaching post, for the position of assistant coach at Standard Liege.
The information was made public, on June 20, 2023, via the Belgian side’s twitter handle.
He previously served the Ukrainian side Olimpik Donetsk and Akhmat Grozny having left City in 2018 . And ended his playing career after spells in Greece and China.
After retiring from football,Yaya joined Tottenham Hotspur FC, during the 2021/22 season, while receiving more coaching trainings.
Touré was nominated in the Personality of the Year category at the 2014 MTV Africa Music Awards. In July 2014, he was nominated for Prize in Entertainment at the 2014 The Future Africa Awards.
In December 2015, Touré won the BBC African Footballer of the Year on a public vote for the second time, after leading the Ivory Coast to victory in the 2015 African Cup of Nations.
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