Thursday, November 27, 2008

January Transfer Window : Drogba Wants To Quit

DIDIER DROGBA gave the clearest hint yet he wants to quit Chelsea by confessing: I know how to get out of my nightmare.

The striker — left on the bench for an hour of last night’s draw with Bordeaux — described the last six months as the “worst of my life”.

SunSport revealed yesterday Drogba secretly met Inter Milan’s vice-president Marco Branca in London on Monday.

And, after being banned for three games for hurling a coin at Burnley fans during a Carling Cup tie, Drogba admitted: “You can say the last six months have been the worst in my career.

“It’s been really tough for me. But I’ve been through difficult moments before so I know how to get myself out of these.”

Then, when asked how he would achieve that, the Ivory Coast star ominously smiled and replied: “I will do it.”

Drogba, 30, showed remorse for what happened during the Burnley match.

He told Sky Sports: “It was a reaction. Maybe, it was too much. I feel like what I’ve done is really, really, really, really bad.

“So it’s better for me to be quiet on that and to be back on the pitch and playing, doing what I know best.”

1 comment:

ayulatonline said...

i will advise you to leave chelsea for realmadrid because playing for madrid will boost your moral. Even the coach will gladly accept you.

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