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“Without My Wife, My Career Would Have Been Different,” Says Didier Drogba

Former Ivorian international Didier Drogba admitted in a program that his career would have been different without his wife.

The Ivorian football legend did not hesitate to confide in the C’Midi program presented on the Ivorian national television channel where he was the guest.

"Without my wife, my career would have been different," said Didier Drogba

“I knew him when I was 17 years old. We were just friends and some time later, I was seduced by this woman, by her simplicity and I really found myself in her. At first, it was difficult because I was a draft and I went out a lot. I went to clubs and the like and I was a spender. She helped me channel myself. Honestly, without her, maybe my career would have been different. Because I left the parents very early since I wanted to take charge. It was difficult but it allowed me to have this balance and it gave me beautiful children. “, Said the one that the Ivorians nicknamed” Gbagbadai “, that is to say lightning in stupidity (ethnicity located in the west center of Côte d’Ivoire)

Didier Drogba met his wife Lala Diakité (of Malian origin) in 1999, he married her civilly in 2011. The football legend now has five children, the eldest of whom lives in Guingamp (club where Didier played in his beginnings).


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