Manchester City defender Kolo Toure has thanked former boss Arsene Wenger after making his return to the Manchester City first team following a six months drug ban.
Metro says that whilst Toure was quick to thank his brother Yaya and his current boss Roberto Mancini, he was also quick to thank Arsene Wenger, saying that the Frenchman ‘made him who he is today.’ “He is somebody that makes players better. I came from nowhere. I was in Africa and nobody believed in me. I had been at a lot of clubs that didn’t take me. This guy made me what I am now.”
Thanks to the excellent form of Joleon Lescott, Toure will face a challenge to win back his starting place for the Citizens.