Toure Continues Criticism Of City

Yaya Toure has criticized his club Manchester City for not allowing him to spend a few days with one of his siblings Ibrahim who passed away recently.

Toure Fires At City Again

Manchester City have once again be subjected to criticism from the midfielder Yaya Touré, who stated that it was a club who prevented him from spending time with his dying brother towards the end of the season. The Touré brothers recently lost their younger brother Ibrahim Toure, who is believed to have succumbed to cancer, at the age of 28. Since he has been undergoing treatment in England for a considerable period, both Yaya Touré and Kolo Toure have been able to visit him consistently.


Former Manchester United star Park Ji sung has claimed that he will want to spend one more season with PSV Eindhoven before deciding on his future.

Park made his name at PSV before moving to Manchester United where he spent several successful seasons. As he is coming to the end of his career, United decided to let him go and he had spells at QPR before coming back to PSV. It has been widely rumoured in the last few weeks that Park would hang up his boss at the end of the season due to his failure to recover sufficiently from a persistent knee injury.


Barcelona has been going through a series of negative results since they were eliminated from the Champions League a few weeks ago when they travelled to the Vicente Calderon and locked horns with Athletic Madrid but a solitary goal from Koke saw the team of Gerardo Martino get kicked out from the European tournament.


Ac.Milan’s crisis continues rolling on as they were knocked out of the Champions League after losing against Athletic Madrid with a 4-1 final scoreboard and Seedorf still seems to be struggling trying to coach the first club of his career.

Seedorf deployed Mario Balotelli as a lone striker against Athletic Madrid but the fact is that the former Manchester City player barely had any moments to shine as Ac.Milan struggled in the midfield and failed on keeping control of the ball for more than a few seconds during the 2nd half of the match.


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