In these last few days Yaya Toure was under a lot of heat as he had to wait for the final decision from the Football Association as to whether or not the African player will be banned from his recent actions against Ricky van Wolfswinkel.

Manchester City played against Norwich City on a Premier League match that concluded on a goalless draw but the more interesting thing that happened during the encounter was Yaya Toure kicking Ricky van Wolfswinkel at the home stadium of Norwich City, Carrow Road but the referee Jon Moss did not punish Toure.


Manchester City defender Pablo Zabaleta has lavished on the prize on his teammate Yaya Touré by saying that the former Barcelona man is one of the key players for the club.

City manager Manuel Pellegrini has a lot of attacking options at his disposal, but Touré remains as one of the integral parts of the team due to his versatility. The Ivorian is also the first name when it comes to pace and power. All these qualities have made his name strike fear into the opposition when the team sheet is announced.


Unlike C.Ronaldo, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and other players Frank Lampard has already qualified into the 2014 World Cup as England finished on top of Group H with 22 points and the English midfielder said he can enjoy this week without having any pressure.

The Chelsea midfielder also went on to talk about the recent changes that England has been going through with the blend of players that have different ages.

“It is great position for the manager because a couple of years ago there were questions about where the youngsters were, and we have watched them step up,” he added.


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