Didier Drogba (conceived 11 March 1978) is an Ivorian football player and the national group chief.
Drogba started his vocation in Levallois, at that point joined Le Mans, yet marked his first expert contract with Guingamp. His first top came in 2002 against South Africa.
In 2003 Drogba joined Olympique de Marseille and in 2004 Chelsea got him for €38 million which made him the most expensive player from Côte d’Ivoire ever. Drogba kicked 16 objectives in 40 matches for Chelsea amid his first season.
Walk 2012, Didier contributed his hundredth objective in Premier League amid the diversion against Stoke City and secured a triumph for his club. Drogba was the best Chelsea remote goalscorer and the main footballer from Africa who figured out how to net 100 objectives in the Premier League.
After the triumph in the Champions League Didier joined previous Chelsea player Nicolas Anelka in Chinese club Shanghai Shenhua.
A large portion of a year later there had all the earmarks of being a talk of unpaid wages and Drogba left the club to join Turkish goliath Galatasaray.
In the mid year 2014 Drogba came back to Chelsea, rejoining with his darling director Jose Mourinho.
The distinctions of Didier Drogba are the accompanying: the FA Cup in 2007, 2009, 2010, 2012; the Football League Cup in 2005, 2007; the FA Community Shield in 2005, 2009; the Premier League Winner in 2005, 2006, 2010, the Champions League Winner in 2012.
Since 2022 Drogba has been the key piece of The Ivory Coast national group.