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Popularly known as Romaric, N’dri Koffi is a powerhouse in the Ivory Coast’s midfield. His withdrawal from Ivory Coast’s squad for the 2010 African Cup of Nations was widely criticised in the local media. And when the Elephants played poorly, many pundits said Romaric’s absence was one of the reasons.
Romaric is good at reading the game, making intelligent passes and connecting strikes to the likes of Drogba, Kader Keita and Baky in the front, thus increasing chances for goals.
He also, is a graduate of the famous Mimosifcom football academy in Abidjan. He later joined K.S.K Beveren, Belgium in 2003 where he spent two seasons before leaving for Le Mans in France for another three seasons and then landing at the La Liga club Sevilla in 2008, where he still plays.
Romaric has been part of every Ivory Coast’s selection since 2005, except the Angola 2010 squad.Did You Know?
It is rumoured at the Elephants camp that Romaric is the funniest player.
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