Belgium has lots of talents

Belgium coach Roberto Martinez said that the team has a lot of young talents and that there is no doubt that they will come back stronger for the next tournament. He was speaking after the match where his side was beaten 1-0 by France.

He said that it was a disappointing result and that they were hoping that they could reach the final after having a great tournament. Indeed Belgium managed to eliminate Brazil in the last round and was hoping that this time around they could win the first major tournament of their history.

Yaya Toure Keen On Premier League Stay Next Season

Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure is keen on prolonging his Premier League career regardless of whether the Citizens offer him a new contract beyond the summer. The 34-year-old was handed a 12-month extension at the end of the previous season but has yet to start a league game this term with all seven of his appearances coming off the bench.

As such, his chances of getting another extension look highly unlikely but he is still prepared to remain in England. According to Metro, Tourehas a bumper £500,000-a-week offer from an unnamed Chinese outfit in addition to interest from ex-club AS Monaco but the veteran is firm on his decision to take up a new Premier League challenge.

Arsenal Legend Martin Keown Rues Club’s Failure To Sign Yaya Toure

Arsenal legend-turned-pundit Martin Keown believes the Gunners probably missed the chance of signing Yaya Toure in 2002 despite the midfielder failing with an initial work permit application. The Ivorian had a trial alongside his elder brother Kolo at the north London club, and the latter ending up signing a long-term contract after the Gunners paid a £150,000 fee to ASEC Mimosas.

Amadou Diawara considers Yaya Toure as his inspiration

Napoli midfielder Amadou Diawara has hailed Yaya Toure as his inspiration as he aims to become a world-class footballer in the future. The Guinean-born ace has evolved into a regular first-team player in the Serie A this campaign, and his progress has attracted interest from Tottenham Hotspur of late.

In an interview covered on UEFA.com, the 20-year-old spoke about his idol Yaya Toure, whilst admitting that he has watched the Ivorian on numerous occasions in order to improve on his individual qualities, he said: "I really like Yaya Touré, for his peace of mind and game vision. I have often watched his games, to understand how he moves and what he does."

Yaya Toure No Regrets about Lack of Game Time at Manchester City

Yaya Toure claims that he is not worried the lack of regular first-team football at Manchester city. After much doubts about his future, the Ivory Coast midfielder ended up staying at the Etihad stadium by signing a new one-year contract back in the summer. He was a key figure towards the end of the 2016-17 season at City, and this raised expectation that he would once again reprise his role in the 2017-18 campaign. Toure, though, has been relegated to the role of a bit part player after managing only five matches so far this season.

The 34-year-old was seen in a 75 minute spell in the 1-0 victory over Feyenoord in the Champions League. This was the penultimate group match and City were comfortably cruising in the group stages to the knockout phases. Toure says that he has been enjoying himself in a different sort of way and that there are no issues between him and manager Pep Guardiola. Raheem Sterling came up with the only goal in the match to help City win the fifth consecutive group match in the Champions League. The club have a potential banana skin in the form of a visit to Huddersfield Town this weekend. Yaya Toure is unlikely to feature in the game, but he is confident of helping City whenever possible.

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