2019 Schedule

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2019 Schedule
0-0-1, 3rd in African Nations Cup Qualifying
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9dKweséESPN staff

Wilmots quits Elephants after World Cup failure

Ivory Coast are on the lookout for a head coach after Mark Wilmots left the post in the wake of the Elephants' failure to qualify for the World Cup.

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13dESPN staff

Morocco and Tunisia qualify for World Cup

Morocco stunned Ivory Coast 2-0 to qualify for the 2018 World Cup, while Tunisia also booked their ticket to Russia on Saturday.

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Kalou deflects notion of pressure on Ivory Coast (0:38)
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Kalou: Hope can make you achieve your dreams (3:20)
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30dStephan Uersfeld

Kalou on how to make a difference

In an exclusive interview with ESPN FC, Salomon Kalou talks about the important role footballers can play in giving hope to the next generation.

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31dStephan Uersfeld

Kalou: Morocco boss Renard 'like Mourinho'

Ivory Coast's Salomon Kalou has told ESPN FC he sees Morocco coach Herve Renard as "a bit like Mourinho" ahead of their crucial World Cup qualifier.

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Kalou desperate to reach third World Cup (2:39)
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Kalou explains decision to take a knee to ESPN FC (2:55)
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70dPA Sport

Kolo Toure retires, takes up role with Celtic

Former Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City defender Kolo Toure has announced his retirement from football and taken up a coaching role at Celtic.

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83dESPN staff

Star-studded Elephants overpower Gabon

Ivory Coast secured an important 3-0 win over Gabon in an African region World Cup qualifier at Stade de Franceville on Saturday night.

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101dEd Dove, KweséESPN

Ivory Coast's Cyriac joins Sivasspor

Ivorian forward Cyriac has ended his eight-year stay in Belgian football and signed for Turkish side Sivasspor.

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Liverpool title failure my only regret, says Kolo

Liverpool's failure to win the Premier League title under Brendan Rodgers is the only regret of Kolo Toure's career, according to the defender.