Retirement Hint Yaya Toure from Ivory Coast national team

Retirement Hint Yaya Toure from Ivory Coast national team

Abidjan – Yaya Toure is getting close to the end of his career with the Ivory Coast. The success of the African Cup earlier this year became the reason for Yaya vote is enough time in the national team.

Yaya be captain when Ivory Coast won the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations after beating Ghana by a shootout, while dashed fasting title in the competition since 1992.

For Yaya, the African Nations Cup title also was the first title for the national team after his debut in 2004 in which the maximum performance before it was runner-up in 2006 and 2012, plus bring Ivory Coast passes in three consecutive World Cup since 2006.

Naturally, if then Yaya think that his commitment to the national team has been completed over the coming African Cup trophy. At the age of 32 years will tread May, Yaya seem to want to focus fully on his club, Manchester City.

“I think this time my target is met. I will think about this in a few days to decide about my future,” Yaya said as quoted by the BBC.

“It’s time for the young players to show off and we had to let them self-sufficient,” said the owner of 95 caps and 19 goals with the Ivory Coast.