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Sport Yaya Touré resurfaces in… English D4!

18:36  24 july  2020
18:36  24 july  2020 Source:   football365.fr

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Without a club, Yaya Touré trains with Leyton Orient, resident of League Two (English D4).

LEYTON-ORIENT_YAYA-TOURE_240720 © Supplied by Football 365 LEYTON-ORIENT_YAYA-TOURE_240720 Yaya Touré has the meaning of the counter-foot. While the Ivorian midfielder was announced at Brazil , or Botafogo then Vasco de Gama had alternately joined the ranks to welcome him, now the former Manchester City player resurfaces in England ... But not necessarily at the level we expected. Leyton Orient, League Two club (equivalent of the fourth division), proudly announces this Friday that the triple winner of the Premier League has chosen to maintain his physical condition under his colors.

⚠️ League Two ain't ready. #LOFC #OnlyOneOrient pic.twitter.com/nJd2saXqep

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- Leyton Orient (@leytonorientfc) ⚠️ League Two ain't ready. #LOFC #OnlyOneOrient pic.twitter.com/nJd2saXqep - Leyton Orient (@leytonorientfc) July 24, 2020 ? Ref_src = twsrc% 5Etfw "> July 24, 2020 Supporting photos, based training in London publishes a series of rave tweets: “Yaya Touré, League Two wasn't ready” or “It's Yaya Touré, guys, god damn it!” If it's not about contract at this stage, Yaya Touré enjoys at 37 his reunion with the life of an footballer, he who has been without a club since his departure from Qingdao Huanghai in China this winter. "I want to enjoy my job to the end", declares the 2015 African champion in an interview published on the YouTube page of Leyton Orient, which offers itself a nice spotlight.

Thank you to the friendly people at @leytonorientfc for accommodating me to train with them.

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It feels good to be back training and feeling the ground!

Getting well prepared for my next challenge ???????? pic.twitter.com/XpwXwF57 fW

- Yaya Touré (@YayaToure) Thank you to the friendly people at @leytonorientfc for accommodating me to train with them.

It feels good to be back training and feeling the ground!

Getting well prepared for my next challenge ???????? pic.twitter.com/XpwXwF57fW

- Yaya Touré (@YayaToure) July 24, 2020

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Toure prays Man City end long wait for Champions League glory .
Kolo Toure would love his former club Manchester City to end the season as Champions League winners, saying it was always his dream.Former City defender Toure will be praying for his old team to come through the second leg of their last-16 tussle, following a hard-earned 2-1 victory at the Santiago Bernabeu in February.

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