In a promotional video for Warrior Kolo Toure is seen bouncing along to his own song
The Kolo and Yaya Toure chants are heard up and down the country mainly at Anfield and the Etihad but also further afield such is the popularity of the song.
The simple but effective chant is easy to pick up and such as been the success of it, it has even led to traffic being stopped in Newcastle City centre. A couple of months ago, students started chanting the song after a night out, and soon hundreds of people had joined in in the middle of the street.
Unfortunately the Toure brothers are no longer together so the song can not be switched between the two anymore, but it is still a favourite at Manchester City, and the video below shows that the Liverpool faithful have also taken to it.
Kolo Toure has adapted to life at Liverpool well, and has been a consistent performer for them in their promising start to the season. After agreeing a deal to endorse Warrior sportswear, Toure told the club website that he has been delighted with the start he has made at the club.
He went on to say that he doesn't want to finish fourth this year.
"We want to win the league. Every team wants to win the league. No team starts the season wanting to finish fourth. We all start with zero points and the team that works the hardest and wants it the most will finish the season as champions. In May, we'll know who that team is but until then, we'll do everything we possibly can to try and make sure it is Liverpool."
It's going to be one of the tightest Premier League seasons in recent years it would seem, and right now it would be hard to rule out any of the contenders.
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