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I want to help Ivory Coast's, says Toure after reversing international retirement

Reuters , Wednesday 27 Dec 2017
Yaya Toure
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Yaya Toure has reversed his decision to retire from international football and wants to help bring through the next generation of Ivory Coast players, the Manchester City midfielder has said.

Toure, 34, retired in September 2016 with over 100 caps.

"I love my country and I am free for the national selection. I want to help the next generation and use all my experience so that all Ivorians are proud," Toure said on Twitter.

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