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In 2017 he joined the Phoenix Rising of the second-tier United Soccer League as both a player and part-owner.Drogba made his first international appearance for Côte d’Ivoire in 2002.In July 2014 he returned to Chelsea on a one-year contract.The following year he signed with the Montreal Impact of Major League Soccer in North America.In January 2002 Drogba joined top-division Guingamp, tallying 17 goals in 34 league games.This success prompted a 2003 trade to Olympique de Marseille, where he scored 19 goals in 35 domestic matches and an additional 11 goals in European play as the club reached the 2004 Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) Cup final, where it lost 2–0 to Valencia of Spain.In the following off-season, Drogba signed with the Chinese club Shanghai Shenhua, but he played only 11 matches with the team before returning to European football as a member of Istanbul’s Galatasaray SK in January 2013.He helped Galatasaray win the Turkish first-division championship in his inaugural season with the team.
The belief of my foundation has always been if we give children access to health and education, we will build future generations of doctors, scientists, businessmen and women and that is how we build a better Africa. I explained our vision and they have given us great logistical help and support on the ground to make the construction of this school a reality.” So happy to have been able to build this school and change the conditions where the kids from this little village Onahio Pokou Kouamekro from my region were studying.Drogba was quick, alert, and supremely confident in his own ability, though he showed a tendency to a quick temper in matches.Even in his second season, when Chelsea’s title was successfully defended, fan appreciation was still muted.Drogba helped lead Chelsea to the 2008 Champions League final, where he once again earned fan ire by slapping an opposing player and getting sent off in a match that Chelsea ultimately lost to Manchester United by one penalty kick.In 2009 he earned a measure of redemption as Chelsea won its second FA Cup with Drogba on the squad.
Didier Drogba, in full Didier Yves Drogba Tébily, (born March 11, 1978, Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire), Ivorian professional football (soccer) player who was Côte d’Ivoire’s all-time leader in goals scored in international matches and who was twice named the African Footballer of the Year (2006, 2009).