Friday, May 11, 2012

Yaya Toure Want To Raise City Becoming the World Club

Yaya Toure                                                                       AFP/ANDREW YATES
Yaya Toure told the BBC he wanted to help Manchester City become the biggest club in the world. This midfielder became a key player Manchester City will attempt to win the title this weekend's Premier League.

"That's why I came here ... To help the club to move forward and make this club bigger than any other club in the world," said Toure.

Manchester City will host against QPR on Sunday (13/05) and will be the champions league if results are achieved with Manchester United against Sunderland.

When asked if he was facing pressure from Barcelona's Toure purchased at a cost of 24 million pounds reported in July 2010, said, "No, I have much experience. I have won several important trophies."

Toure is a Barcelona player to win six domestic and international trophies in 2009 and became an influential player Roberto Mancini for foster children in this season. Players from the 28-year-old Ivory Coast scored two goals this 2-0 victory over Newcastle on Sunday (06/05) ago and also helped City beat Manchester United 1-0 on 30 April.

The first league trophy since 1968

Scorer in the FA Cup semi-final and final year of this added ability is the main reason City agreed to purchase from Barcelona for a five-year contract.

"I think they made the right choice," said Toure attempted to play at Arsenal.

"I wanted to come to this club to achieve something and my decision is for the City."

"Of course, some people make a speculation, but for me, as a football player, you always want to go to a club that can love you and can become the best player," he added.

"In Barcelona, I was a good player but in my City is an important player for the team."

City failed to advance to the round of 16 Champions League season in 2012, but Toure said first league title since 1968 is an important step to be the biggest club in the world.

"On Sunday next, we have to play well. This is very important," said Toure.

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