27, February 2019
After the dismissal of Claude Puel, Brendan Rodgers has been appointed new Leicester coach in the English Premier League for three seasons.
Rodgers has again chosen as his deputy, the Ivorian Kolo Toure with whom he was already on the bench at Celtic Glasgow in Scotland.
The 2015 African champion, UEFA B license holder, won the UEFA A License last November, becoming the first Ivorian to become an assistant coach in England.
It should be remembered that, Kolo Touré was also assistant coach of the Ivorian national team under Ibrahim Kamara.