Ivory Coast FA: Kolo Toure Will Work For the Rangers

According to the Ivory Coast, Kolo Toure works for the Rangers. The staff of Brendan Rodgers, the ex-Celtic defender had been working in a similar position last year. Toure is 37 years old and has secured the License of UEFA A. As a matter of fact, he is capable of managing clubs at Championship level while coaching the reserve along with the youth team at all primary fight clubs.

However, announcing the achievement of Toure, the Ivorian FA had blundered simply by claiming that he had worked for the Old Firm rival of Hoop. As per the statement, the former Ivorian international Kolo Toure had continued to progress quietly his career into management. He has secured the UEFA A license.

Since he already had the UEFA B license, that enabled him to serve the coaching apprenticeship with the Glasgow Rangers of the Club, the former captain of Elephants had secured advantage from the invitation off FIF in the month of August 2017 for working as an assistant to Ibrahim Kamara, the Olympic team coach.

“In that month the senior side was being led by Marc Wilmots and he had been appointed as the assistant coach“. As Ibrahim Kamara came over to take charge in the month of June 2018, eventually, he had been put on his renewed faith in Toure. He believed that Kolo Toure will be able “to provide his assistance“ to the national team. He could surely take the team to the height of excellence.

No doubt, Kolo Toure is a fighter. According to the statement issued, Toure’s apprenticeship with the country and the club have turned out to be really great. It has started bearing fruitful result. His association with the club has brought about enough good.