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Has Didier Drogba Changed His Mind On Retirement Already? Seems So

Has Didier Drogba Changed His Mind On Retirement Already? Seems So

Has Didier Drogba changed his mind on retirement already? His latest social media post suggests so.

The Chelsea legend has been hailed today after appearing to retire following Phoenix Rising’s USL Cup Final defeat to Louisville City last night.

At 40, Drogba has had quite the career, playing for a number of top teams and helping them win trophies with his goals.

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Chelsea is the team that will remember him most fondly, with the Ivorian scoring 164 goals on the way to helping the Stamford Bridge side win four Premier League titles, four FA Cups, three League Cups and a Champions League.

Since leaving Chelsea in 2015, he’s played for Montreal Impact and most recently Phoenix Rising in the second tier of the USL.

It was only right he was hailed after appearing to play his last game last night.

Although, Pogba’s latest Instagram post tonight suggests that he isn’t done playing:

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Retirement ??? 🤷🏾‍♂️

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In case you don’t recognise that video, it comes from 2014 film The Wolf of Wall Street, with main character Jordan Belfort – played by Leonardo DiCaprio – performing a passionate U-turn on his plans to sell his company and retire.

So maybe Drogba has one more move left in him?

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