The previous Chelsea star impacted the Ivory Coast Footballers Association for not appropriately addressing their constituents
Didier Drogba has ventured down from his post as VP of the Ivory Coast Footballers Association (AFI), declaring his choice in a blistering letter delivered to web-based media that guaranteed the association has shown a “glaring absence of lucidness”.
The previous Chelsea star has been at chances with the AFI since the time they wouldn’t move him in his bid to turn into the leader of his country’s FA last year. The International Federation of Professional Footballers (FIFPro) agreed with Drogba in that question and has put the AFI under endless suspension.
Drogba has likewise gotten down on a culture of inaction at AFI that according to his point of view has let down their constituents.