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Didier Drogba Confirms His Retirement In 2018

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Didier Drogba Confirms His Retirement In 2018

A former Chelsea striker, has revealed he is set to call it off on playing football in 2018.

Addressing RMC (h/t Ian Holyman of ESPN FC) the Ivorian symbol said the following effort with Phoenix Rising FC, where he is the player-proprietor, will be the last before he resigns.

“I think next year will be my last season,” he admitted. “There comes a time when you have to stop. I need time for my other projects. It’s good to play, but at 39, it holds me back a bit.”

Provided Drogba does play into next year it means his professional senior career would have spanned an incredible 20 years. The forward made his debut for Le Mans in 1998.

Didier Drogba Confirms His Retirement In 2018

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Didier Drogba Confirms His Retirement In 2018

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