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Yaya Toure Extends Support To Under-fire WHO Amidst Ongoing Coronavirus Pandemic

Yaya Toure took to Twitter as he offered his support to WHO amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Toure emphasized on the importance of staying indoors.

Yaya Toure

Yaya Toure was one of Manchester City's most influential stars after he came in from LaLiga giants Barcelona in 2010.The four-time African footballer of the Year award winner left Man City for Olympiacos in 2018 and then moved to Chinese Super League side Qingdao Huanghai last year. Yaya Toure is known for his philanthropic activities, having helped out many charities in Africa and in the UK, while playing for Man City.

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Yaya Toure made more than 100 appearances for Ivory Coast. The iconic midfielder helped Man City lift their first Premier League title after a gap of 44 years. Currently living in China, Yaya Toure has been vocal about the ongoing coronavirus pandemic that originated in the country. The former Barcelona man tweeted in support of WHO and urged citizens to remain indoors until the coronavirus pandemic blows over. Yaya Toure also tweeted in support of NHS workers, who are on the frontline in the war against the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

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