Wednesday, August 17, 2022

Didier Drogba’s son, Isaac Drogba signs for Serie A side, Folgore Caratese

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Didier Drogba is known for his excellent stint with Chelsea. He led the club to the Champions League glory. Drogba is a Chelsea legend, and now his son is starting his footballing career.

Isaac Drogba, son of Didier Drogba, was born in Paris on 15th December 2000. He came through the academy at Chelsea before moving to Guingamp, one of Didier Drogba’s former clubs.

Isaac Drogba has now signed pro forms with Serie D club, Folgore Caratese. The club announced his signing through their official website on Monday.

The statement read: “The Folgore Caratese club announces that it has secured the definitive performance of the striker Isaac Drogba, son of Didier.”

“Born in Paris on December 15, 2000, he grew up in the Chelsea youth teams and then moved to EA Guingap Under19 in the 2017/2018 season. In 2019 he was promoted to the French club’s B team.”

“Bienvenue à Carate Isaac!”


The 20-year-old plays in an attacking position just like his father. Isaac mainly operates as a central striker, but can also play on the left and the right of a front three.

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Isaac’s current job in hand will be to take the Serie D side to Serie C. Folgore Caratese currently sit in the seventh place in Group A of Serie D, two points outside a playoff spot. So he will definitely want to help them to achieve promotion.

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Rahul Roy
Rahul Roy
I am a computer guy by profession and a sports fanatic by choice.


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