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Côte d'Ivoire- Ivory Coast 2012/13 Home kit Large

Côte d'Ivoire- Ivory Coast 2012/13 Home kit Large

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Condition: ★★★★★ 

This kit is in excellent condition. It features Puma Dry Cell Technology. Size is Large. On the bottom left of the shirt the Puma Certificate of Authentication for African teams is visible.

The Ivory Coast national football team, also known as "Les Éléphants," performed in various competitions during the 2012/13 season. Here are some key highlights of their performances during that season:

  1. Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) 2013: The Ivory Coast national team had a strong showing in the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations, which took place in South Africa. They reached the final but were defeated by Nigeria, finishing as the runners-up. The final score was 1-0 in favor of Nigeria. The Ivory Coast had a talented squad during this tournament, featuring players like Didier Drogba, Yaya Touré, and Gervinho.

  2. FIFA World Cup Qualification: During the 2012/13 season, the Ivory Coast national team was also involved in the qualification matches for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, which took place in Brazil. They performed well in the qualification campaign and secured their place in the tournament.

During the 2012/13 season, the Ivory Coast national football team featured several notable and highly talented players. Some of the key players who were part of the team during that period include:

  1. Didier Drogba: Didier Drogba is one of the most iconic Ivorian footballers of all time. He was the team's captain and a prolific striker. Drogba had a highly successful club career with Chelsea and was known for his physicality and goal-scoring ability.

  2. Yaya Touré: Yaya Touré, a midfielder, was a crucial presence in the Ivory Coast national team. He was renowned for his passing, vision, and ability to control the midfield. Yaya Touré had a successful club career with Barcelona and Manchester City.

  3. Gervinho: Gervinho, whose full name is Gervais Yao Kouassi, was an attacking midfielder or forward. He was known for his pace and dribbling skills. Gervinho had club stints with Arsenal and AS Roma during his career.

  4. Salomon Kalou: Salomon Kalou was another prominent forward in the Ivory Coast squad. He had a successful club career with Chelsea and Lille. Kalou's versatility and goal-scoring ability made him a valuable asset for the national team.

  5. Kolo Touré: Kolo Touré, the older brother of Yaya Touré, was a reliable defender who played a key role in the Ivory Coast's defense. He had experience playing for top clubs, including Arsenal and Manchester City.

  6. Boubacar Barry: Boubacar Barry, the goalkeeper, was often the first-choice keeper for the Ivory Coast during this period. He played a crucial role in the team's campaigns, especially during penalty shootouts.

  7. Didier Zokora: Didier Zokora, a midfielder, was an experienced and versatile player. He played for clubs like Tottenham Hotspur and Trabzonspor in his career and was an important presence in the midfield for the national team.

  8. Cheick Tioté: Cheick Tioté, another midfielder, was known for his work rate and ability to break up opposing attacks. He had a successful club career with Newcastle United and was a valuable contributor to the national team.

  9. Max Gradel: Max Gradel, a winger, was known for his speed and skill on the ball. He had a successful career in French football, particularly with Saint-Étienne, and added depth to the Ivory Coast's attacking options.

  10. Wilfried Bony: Wilfried Bony, a striker, became a more prominent figure in the national team's setup in the years following the 2012/13 season. He had a successful club career in the Premier League with Swansea City and later with other clubs.

  11. Sol Bamba: Sol Bamba, a defender, was known for his physicality and defensive abilities. He played for several clubs, including Leicester City, and was a part of the national team's defense.

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