When talking about some of the biggest footballing nations in Africa then Ivory Coast can not miss.This is mainly because of the legend Didier Drogba who is their all time leading goalscorer with sixty one goals and also won the African cup of nations title.However as of today,their is a new emerging star from the country who is on track to be even better than Drogba.He is none other than 19 year old striker Isaak Toure.Isaak has been so good this past season for French club Le Havre scoring seventeen goals and providing six assists in all competitions.His efforts saw La Havre finish second on the table and achieve promotion from league two to Ligue one.As of today,it is reported French giants Marseille are in talks with Le Havre to sign Isaak.Note that this was the same club Drogba began with back in 2003 before he joined Chelsea.Isaak is following in Drogba's steps.He is still young and has enough time to get even better thus it will be no surprise if he surpasses Drogba to become the greatest Ivory Coast of all time.
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