It seems we can hardly go a month without Warrior announcing a new player to wear their boots – and in keeping with that pace Ivory Coast international and Liverpool centre back, Kolo Toure, has officially' become the latest player to join the Warrior Football ranks.
Toure, who has spent 11 years in England with Arsenal, Manchester City and now Liverpool, is one of' the Premier League's most decorated defenders with two Premiership and three FA Cup winners„medals' among his career honours.
The Ivorian international is probably most revered for his tenure at Arsenal, displacing Martin Keown' at the heart of the Arsenal defence to form a formidable partnership alongside Sol Campbell. It was this' pairing which helped the Gunners claim the Premier League title without experiencing a single defeat; the' team going on to be known as the infamous Invincibles'.
Kolo Toure will wear the Skreamer football boots
Ĺ›I believe Liverpool can win the league in the next few years. I know' I'm at the right club to achieve my goals and now I feel I'm with the right sportswear brand to help me' fulfill those ambitions.
Liverpool Football Club has the right mentality, and during my time here, it's been' easy to see why the club chose Warrior to enter this new era. I've chosen to wear Skreamer because it's' a boot that offers both power and accuracy ” the perfect match for my game!ĹĄ – Kolo Toure
While at Manchester City, Toure helped the club to its first Premier League (old First Division) title in' 44 years. With this achievement, he joined an illustrious group of five players to have won the Premier' League title with two different clubs.
Now at Liverpool, Toure has already gained something of fan-favourite status and is hoping of further success at his new club.
The latest in a series of astute signings for the Michigan brand in the run up to a maor tournament, Toure will join fellow Warrior players Vincent Kompany, Marouane Fellaini and Tim Cahill as athletes likely to travel to the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
The Ivory Coast captain will be hoping to lead his country against Colombia, Greece and' Japan, hoping to become the first African side to lift the famous gold trophy.
Better still, Warrior at last have a player in the Liverpool squad in their boots – huzzah!
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