A Legend Lives For Eternity
The Times Of Africa|January 2017

Some players are good, some are great and some are legends. Laurent N’Dri Pokou was a legend. It was unfortunate that the star player left us and took to the path of heaven on the November 13, 2016 after a long span of illness. Born on August 10, 1947, Pokou was only 19 when the Ivorians first picked him for their National Team.

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