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SOFIAN KIYINE, THE BEAUTIFUL DISCOVERY OF THE FRANCOPHONY GAMES

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sofian kiyineSofian Kiyine is probably the beautiful discovery of the the Francophony games. The young Moroccan of Chievo Verone, trained at the Academy JMG of Lierse in Belgium, he showed great capacities, but it is above all his extraordinary technique that pleasantly surprised the Moroccans.

The young player from Chievo (Serie A) showed that he had nothing to envy from the big ones. Even his sense of scoring and his vision of the game are remarkable. Born in Belgium, he never hesitated to wear the jersey of the national team from the first call addressed to him by the national youth coaches

DISCOVER GOOD PLAYERS IS THE NERVE OF THE GAME

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Whether it is to improve the workforce ou prepare for the future. There is always an interest in devoting time to the search for new talent.

This was the task of Wadinho the administrative director of Bamako, the organizer in the shadow, the companion of JMG since the first days in Abidjan.

In July, Wadinho succeeded in bringing together as many as 4,000 children in Bamako to begin the first tests to build the 6th promotion of the JMG Academy of Mali.

The detection was carried out over several days, under the eyes of JMG and the whole staff of Bamako.

KOLO TOURÉ, YOU MAY NOW CALL HIM.. COACH

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kolo appel coachFree of any contract after a season at Celtic, the winner of the 2015 CAN has already tipped to the other side. He is the assistant coach of the local selection of Ivory Coast who is preparing for the CHAN 2018 qualifiers. All but a surprise.


"The President of the Federation informs the clubs, the sports public and the press that as part of his training as a coach, Kolo Touré starts a practical training course in the National and Local Selections of Ivory Coast. Holder of the UEFA B License, he will be assisting the Coach Kamara Ibrahim as an assistant in the CHAN 2018 qualifiers while preparing for the UEFA A License ". Kolo Touré is no longer really a footballer, but not yet a coach. And it was at his home, in Ivory Coast and with the national teams, that Abib, his real first name, decided to embark on a career.