Ivory Coast

Ivory Coast slideshow

Abidjan (Ivory Coast), 17/02/2018.- Wogu Chioma (back) of Nigeria in action against Maty Cissokho (front) of Senegal during their match of the first Union des Federations Ouest-Africaines de Football (UFOA) zone B women's tournament at the Robert Champroux Stadium in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, 17 February 2018. (Costa de Marfil) EFE/EPA/LEGNAN KOULA
Abidjan (Ivory Coast), 17/02/2018.- Wogu Chioma (back) of Nigeria in action against Maty Cissokho (front) of Senegal during their match of the first Union des Federations Ouest-Africaines de Football (UFOA) zone B women's tournament at the Robert Champroux Stadium in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, 17 February 2018. (Costa de Marfil) EFE/EPA/LEGNAN KOULA
Abidjan (Ivory Coast), 17/02/2018.- Wogu Chioma (back) of Nigeria in action against Maty Cissokho (front) of Senegal during their match of the first Union des Federations Ouest-Africaines de Football (UFOA) zone B women's tournament at the Robert Champroux Stadium in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, 17 February 2018. (Costa de Marfil) EFE/EPA/LEGNAN KOULA
Abidjan (Ivory Coast), 17/02/2018.- Wogu Chioma (L) of Nigeria in action against Maty Cissokho (R) of Senegal during their match of the first Union des Federations Ouest-Africaines de Football (UFOA) zone B women's tournament at the Robert Champroux Stadium in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, 17 February 2018. (Costa de Marfil) EFE/EPA/LEGNAN KOULA
Abidjan (Ivory Coast), 17/02/2018.- Wogu Chioma (L) of Nigeria in action against Maty Cissokho (R) of Senegal during their match of the first Union des Federations Ouest-Africaines de Football (UFOA) zone B women's tournament at the Robert Champroux Stadium in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, 17 February 2018. (Costa de Marfil) EFE/EPA/LEGNAN KOULA
Abidjan (Ivory Coast), 17/02/2018.- Wogu Chioma (L) of Nigeria in action against Maty Cissokho (R) of Senegal during their match of the first Union des Federations Ouest-Africaines de Football (UFOA) zone B women's tournament at the Robert Champroux Stadium in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, 17 February 2018. (Costa de Marfil) EFE/EPA/LEGNAN KOULA
The Cranes signed out in third place while the Elephants, who did not score any goal in the competition, finished bottom
Uganda 0-0 Ivory Coast: Cranes fail to win match in Chan
The Cranes signed out in third place while the Elephants, who did not score any goal in the competition, finished bottom
"The best way to have an impact on the future of people is to educate them," says football superstar Dider Drogba as he inaugurates a new school for 350 children in Guiberoua, a region of southwestern Ivory Coast whose economy is dominated by the cocoa trade.
Football superstar Drogba fights for Ivorian education
"The best way to have an impact on the future of people is to educate them," says football superstar Dider Drogba as he inaugurates a new school for 350 children in Guiberoua, a region of southwestern Ivory Coast whose economy is dominated by the cocoa trade.
"The best way to have an impact on the future of people is to educate them," says football superstar Dider Drogba as he inaugurates a new school for 350 children in Guiberoua, a region of southwestern Ivory Coast whose economy is dominated by the cocoa trade.
Football superstar Drogba fights for Ivorian education
"The best way to have an impact on the future of people is to educate them," says football superstar Dider Drogba as he inaugurates a new school for 350 children in Guiberoua, a region of southwestern Ivory Coast whose economy is dominated by the cocoa trade.
"The best way to have an impact on the future of people is to educate them," says football superstar Dider Drogba as he inaugurates a new school for 350 children in Guiberoua, a region of southwestern Ivory Coast whose economy is dominated by the cocoa trade.
Football superstar Drogba fights for Ivorian education
"The best way to have an impact on the future of people is to educate them," says football superstar Dider Drogba as he inaugurates a new school for 350 children in Guiberoua, a region of southwestern Ivory Coast whose economy is dominated by the cocoa trade.
"The best way to have an impact on the future of people is to educate them," says football superstar Dider Drogba as he inaugurates a new school for 350 children in Guiberoua, a region of southwestern Ivory Coast whose economy is dominated by the cocoa trade.
Football superstar Drogba fights for Ivorian education
"The best way to have an impact on the future of people is to educate them," says football superstar Dider Drogba as he inaugurates a new school for 350 children in Guiberoua, a region of southwestern Ivory Coast whose economy is dominated by the cocoa trade.
"The best way to have an impact on the future of people is to educate them," says football superstar Dider Drogba as he inaugurates a new school for 350 children in Guiberoua, a region of southwestern Ivory Coast whose economy is dominated by the cocoa trade.
Football superstar Drogba fights for Ivorian education
"The best way to have an impact on the future of people is to educate them," says football superstar Dider Drogba as he inaugurates a new school for 350 children in Guiberoua, a region of southwestern Ivory Coast whose economy is dominated by the cocoa trade.
"The best way to have an impact on the future of people is to educate them," says football superstar Dider Drogba as he inaugurates a new school for 350 children in Guiberoua, a region of southwestern Ivory Coast whose economy is dominated by the cocoa trade.
Football superstar Drogba fights for Ivorian education
"The best way to have an impact on the future of people is to educate them," says football superstar Dider Drogba as he inaugurates a new school for 350 children in Guiberoua, a region of southwestern Ivory Coast whose economy is dominated by the cocoa trade.
"The best way to have an impact on the future of people is to educate them," says football superstar Dider Drogba as he inaugurates a new school for 350 children in Guiberoua, a region of southwestern Ivory Coast whose economy is dominated by the cocoa trade.
Football superstar Drogba fights for Ivorian education
"The best way to have an impact on the future of people is to educate them," says football superstar Dider Drogba as he inaugurates a new school for 350 children in Guiberoua, a region of southwestern Ivory Coast whose economy is dominated by the cocoa trade.
"The best way to have an impact on the future of people is to educate them," says football superstar Dider Drogba as he inaugurates a new school for 350 children in Guiberoua, a region of southwestern Ivory Coast whose economy is dominated by the cocoa trade.
Football superstar Drogba fights for Ivorian education
"The best way to have an impact on the future of people is to educate them," says football superstar Dider Drogba as he inaugurates a new school for 350 children in Guiberoua, a region of southwestern Ivory Coast whose economy is dominated by the cocoa trade.
Morocco's Boussoufa Mbark celebrates a goal against Ivory Coast during their FIFA World Cup 2018 Africa Group C qualifying match, at the Felix Houphouet-Boigny stadium in Abidjan, on November 11, 2017 (AFP Photo/ISSOUF SANOGO)
Morocco's Boussoufa Mbark celebrates a goal against Ivory Coast during their FIFA World Cup 2018 Africa Group C qualifying match, at the Felix Houphouet-Boigny stadium in Abidjan, on November 11, 2017
Morocco's Boussoufa Mbark celebrates a goal against Ivory Coast during their FIFA World Cup 2018 Africa Group C qualifying match, at the Felix Houphouet-Boigny stadium in Abidjan, on November 11, 2017 (AFP Photo/ISSOUF SANOGO)
Morocco's Boussoufa Mbark celebrates a goal against Ivory Coast during their FIFA World Cup 2018 Africa Group C qualifying match, at the Felix Houphouet-Boigny stadium in Abidjan, on November 11, 2017
Morocco's Boussoufa Mbark celebrates a goal against Ivory Coast during their FIFA World Cup 2018 Africa Group C qualifying match, at the Felix Houphouet-Boigny stadium in Abidjan, on November 11, 2017
Morocco's Boussoufa Mbark celebrates a goal against Ivory Coast during their FIFA World Cup 2018 Africa Group C qualifying match, at the Felix Houphouet-Boigny stadium in Abidjan, on November 11, 2017
Footballer Salomon Kalou is famous for playing for some of the biggest clubs in Europe, but off the pitch his charitable foundation is scoring against kidney failure, giving patients in his native Ivory Coast a new shot at life.
Footballer Kalou's foundation saving lives in Ivory Coast
Footballer Salomon Kalou is famous for playing for some of the biggest clubs in Europe, but off the pitch his charitable foundation is scoring against kidney failure, giving patients in his native Ivory Coast a new shot at life.
Footballer Salomon Kalou is famous for playing for some of the biggest clubs in Europe, but off the pitch his charitable foundation is scoring against kidney failure, giving patients in his native Ivory Coast a new shot at life.
Footballer Kalou's foundation saving lives in Ivory Coast
Footballer Salomon Kalou is famous for playing for some of the biggest clubs in Europe, but off the pitch his charitable foundation is scoring against kidney failure, giving patients in his native Ivory Coast a new shot at life.
Footballer Salomon Kalou is famous for playing for some of the biggest clubs in Europe, but off the pitch his charitable foundation is scoring against kidney failure, giving patients in his native Ivory Coast a new shot at life.
Footballer Kalou's foundation saving lives in Ivory Coast
Footballer Salomon Kalou is famous for playing for some of the biggest clubs in Europe, but off the pitch his charitable foundation is scoring against kidney failure, giving patients in his native Ivory Coast a new shot at life.
Footballer Salomon Kalou is famous for playing for some of the biggest clubs in Europe, but off the pitch his charitable foundation is scoring against kidney failure, giving patients in his native Ivory Coast a new shot at life.
Footballer Kalou's foundation saving lives in Ivory Coast
Footballer Salomon Kalou is famous for playing for some of the biggest clubs in Europe, but off the pitch his charitable foundation is scoring against kidney failure, giving patients in his native Ivory Coast a new shot at life.
Footballer Salomon Kalou is famous for playing for some of the biggest clubs in Europe, but off the pitch his charitable foundation is scoring against kidney failure, giving patients in his native Ivory Coast a new shot at life.
Footballer Kalou's foundation saving lives in Ivory Coast
Footballer Salomon Kalou is famous for playing for some of the biggest clubs in Europe, but off the pitch his charitable foundation is scoring against kidney failure, giving patients in his native Ivory Coast a new shot at life.
Footballer Salomon Kalou is famous for playing for some of the biggest clubs in Europe, but off the pitch his charitable foundation is scoring against kidney failure, giving patients in his native Ivory Coast a new shot at life.
Footballer Kalou's foundation saving lives in Ivory Coast
Footballer Salomon Kalou is famous for playing for some of the biggest clubs in Europe, but off the pitch his charitable foundation is scoring against kidney failure, giving patients in his native Ivory Coast a new shot at life.
Footballer Salomon Kalou is famous for playing for some of the biggest clubs in Europe, but off the pitch his charitable foundation is scoring against kidney failure, giving patients in his native Ivory Coast a new shot at life.
Footballer Kalou's foundation saving lives in Ivory Coast
Footballer Salomon Kalou is famous for playing for some of the biggest clubs in Europe, but off the pitch his charitable foundation is scoring against kidney failure, giving patients in his native Ivory Coast a new shot at life.
Footballer Salomon Kalou is famous for playing for some of the biggest clubs in Europe, but off the pitch his charitable foundation is scoring against kidney failure, giving patients in his native Ivory Coast a new shot at life.
Footballer Kalou's foundation saving lives in Ivory Coast
Footballer Salomon Kalou is famous for playing for some of the biggest clubs in Europe, but off the pitch his charitable foundation is scoring against kidney failure, giving patients in his native Ivory Coast a new shot at life.
The Ivory Coast international's form has led to rumours he could leave Crystal Palace, but Roy Hodgson insists the forward will stay at Selhurst Park
Arsenal, Chelsea and Man City told Zaha is 'going nowhere' in January
The Ivory Coast international's form has led to rumours he could leave Crystal Palace, but Roy Hodgson insists the forward will stay at Selhurst Park
The Ivory Coast international's form has led to rumours he could leave Crystal Palace, but Roy Hodgson insists the forward will stay at Selhurst Park
Arsenal, Chelsea and Man City told Zaha is 'going nowhere' in January
The Ivory Coast international's form has led to rumours he could leave Crystal Palace, but Roy Hodgson insists the forward will stay at Selhurst Park
The Ivory Coast international's form has led to rumours he could leave Crystal Palace, but Roy Hodgson insists the forward will stay at Selhurst Park
Arsenal, Chelsea and Man City told Zaha is 'going nowhere' in January
The Ivory Coast international's form has led to rumours he could leave Crystal Palace, but Roy Hodgson insists the forward will stay at Selhurst Park
The Ivory Coast star played for Arsenal between 2005 and 2011 and he took home a seven-digit sum every year during his stay
Arsenal offers to help troubled defender Emmanuel Eboue
The Ivory Coast star played for Arsenal between 2005 and 2011 and he took home a seven-digit sum every year during his stay
Manchester City's Yaya Toure comes out of international retirement for Ivory Coast
Manchester City's Yaya Toure comes out of international retirement for Ivory Coast
Manchester City's Yaya Toure comes out of international retirement for Ivory Coast
Manchester City's Yaya Toure comes out of international retirement for Ivory Coast
Manchester City's Yaya Toure comes out of international retirement for Ivory Coast
Manchester City's Yaya Toure comes out of international retirement for Ivory Coast
The legendary midfielder has not played for his national team for over a year, but he is determined to lead them to more success even at 34
Yaya Toure reverses Ivory Coast retirement
The legendary midfielder has not played for his national team for over a year, but he is determined to lead them to more success even at 34
Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has won over 100 caps and was part of the Ivory Coast side that won the Africa Cup of Nations, but last played for his country in 2016
Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has won over 100 caps and was part of the Ivory Coast side that won the Africa Cup of Nations, but last played for his country in 2016
Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has won over 100 caps and was part of the Ivory Coast side that won the Africa Cup of Nations, but last played for his country in 2016
Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has won over 100 caps and was part of the Ivory Coast side that won the Africa Cup of Nations, but last played for his country in 2016 (AFP Photo/Anthony DEVLIN)
Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has won over 100 caps and was part of the Ivory Coast side that won the Africa Cup of Nations, but last played for his country in 2016
Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has won over 100 caps and was part of the Ivory Coast side that won the Africa Cup of Nations, but last played for his country in 2016 (AFP Photo/Anthony DEVLIN)
The Ivory Coast international has inspired Crystal Palace's rise up the Premier League table, but Roy Hodgson is not sure he can keep the forward
Arsenal, Man City and Chelsea offered hope in Zaha transfer chase
The Ivory Coast international has inspired Crystal Palace's rise up the Premier League table, but Roy Hodgson is not sure he can keep the forward
The Ivory Coast international has inspired Crystal Palace's rise up the Premier League table, but Roy Hodgson is not sure he can keep the forward
Arsenal, Man City and Chelsea offered hope in Zaha transfer chase
The Ivory Coast international has inspired Crystal Palace's rise up the Premier League table, but Roy Hodgson is not sure he can keep the forward
The Ivory Coast international has inspired Crystal Palace's rise up the Premier League table, but Roy Hodgson is not sure he can keep the forward
Arsenal, Man City and Chelsea offered hope in Zaha transfer chase
The Ivory Coast international has inspired Crystal Palace's rise up the Premier League table, but Roy Hodgson is not sure he can keep the forward
Manchester United's Eric Bailly has not played since the start of November after picking up an ankle injury while on international duty with the Ivory Coast (AFP Photo/PAUL ELLIS )
Manchester United's Eric Bailly has not played since the start of November after picking up an ankle injury while on international duty with the Ivory Coast
Manchester United's Eric Bailly has not played since the start of November after picking up an ankle injury while on international duty with the Ivory Coast (AFP Photo/PAUL ELLIS )
The Ivory Coast international is set to miss an extended period of the season, having already been out since November
Bailly to miss three months due to ankle surgery
The Ivory Coast international is set to miss an extended period of the season, having already been out since November
'Coming home' - watch Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha's emotional return to Ivory Coast for first time in 20 years
'Coming home' - watch Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha's emotional return to Ivory Coast for first time in 20 years
'Coming home' - watch Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha's emotional return to Ivory Coast for first time in 20 years
'Coming home' - watch Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha's emotional return to Ivory Coast for first time in 20 years
'Coming home' - watch Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha's emotional return to Ivory Coast for first time in 20 years
'Coming home' - watch Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha's emotional return to Ivory Coast for first time in 20 years
Ivory Coast's national team players take part in a training session on November 7, 2017 at the Felix Houphouet-Boigny stadium in Abidjan ahead of their FIFA World Cup 2018 qualifying football match against Morocco (AFP Photo/ISSOUF SANOGO)
Ivory Coast's national team players take part in a training session on November 7, 2017 at the Felix Houphouet-Boigny stadium in Abidjan ahead of their FIFA World Cup 2018 qualifying football match against Morocco
Ivory Coast's national team players take part in a training session on November 7, 2017 at the Felix Houphouet-Boigny stadium in Abidjan ahead of their FIFA World Cup 2018 qualifying football match against Morocco (AFP Photo/ISSOUF SANOGO)
Wilfried Zaha has never played for the Ivory Coast, which he left with his family when he was just four (AFP Photo/Ian KINGTON)
Wilfried Zaha has never played for the Ivory Coast, which he left with his family when he was just four
Wilfried Zaha has never played for the Ivory Coast, which he left with his family when he was just four (AFP Photo/Ian KINGTON)
Wilfried Zaha has never played for the Ivory Coast, which he left with his family when he was just four
Wilfried Zaha has never played for the Ivory Coast, which he left with his family when he was just four
Wilfried Zaha has never played for the Ivory Coast, which he left with his family when he was just four

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