KOLO TOURE is hoping for a family reunion with brother Yaya, the Manchester City midfield colossus, in the Champions League.
“Do I have a good record against him? Hmm, I don’t know, I would have to check that.
“He has been winning a few games, I have been winning some, as well, when we’ve played against one another.
“We have never played against one another in the Champions League. That would be a really good thing for the family and I really hope the younger brother will let me win!”
Toure has been there before, starring for Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal when they reached the Champions League Final a decade ago.
The centre-half helped the Gunners to a superb run of 10 clean-sheets on their way to the showpiece encounter before they were outgunned by a Henrik Larsson-inspired Barcelona in Paris, despite leading for a lengthy spell with a Sol Campbell goal.
“We’re going to play some really good teams and we want to do well. It was a tough game against Hapoel Beer Sheva in Israel, but the most important thing is we have qualified.
“This is why I came here. The manager brought me to Celtic and everywhere I go I like a challenge and I want to do my best for the club, team, for everyone. For myself first.”