Author: StrikeForce

How Leicester’s Owner Set the Standard

Almost everyone connected to the English game was utterly appalled earlier this year when the European Super League was suddenly announced. The ill-fated plans by England’s apparent big six teams were widely criticised within the game, and it quickly fell apart in the face of extreme fan protests. The Guardian reported Chelsea were the first team to…



Drogba’s son signs for Guingamp

Former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba’s son Isaac has signed his first contract with Guingamp, meaning fans will soon be able to watch him live in French football matches.  His son, who is currently 17 years old, has spent some time with the Chelsea academy prior to his move to the French side. He is following…



DROGBA HELPED GALATASARAY GET GOMIS

Reports in Turkey claim former Galatasaray striker Didier Drogba played a key role in convincing former Swansea striker Bafatimbi Gomis to join the club. A large crowd was at the Istanbul Ataturk airport to welcome him to the country and the club ahead of the completion of the move. “It was my friend Drogba who…



How much longer can Didier Drogba continue to make an impact?

At the ripe old age of 38, Didier Drogba is still banging in the goals for MLS side Montreal Impact. The Ivory Coast international has been there and done it all; winning four Premier League titles, four FA Cup triumphs and a maiden Champions League crown during his successful stint at Chelsea. In addition, Drogba…



CHELSEA FANS PANIC AS TRANSFER WINDOW EDGE CLOSER

Chelsea is set to begin their 2016/17 Premier League campaign on Monday against West Ham yet may worry if the team is compact enough to win the title this season. Arsenal paid for not making enough efforts at signing players in light of the injuries that hit the team. A lot of teams got players…



Drogba: England or France will win Euro 2016

Former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba believes that England stand a great chance of upsetting hosts France and World Cup winners Germany this summer. Roy Hodgson’s men finished the qualifying campaign with their unbeaten record intact, scoring 31 goals and conceding just three in their 10 group matches. And with that in mind, Drogba has given…