During two spells with Chelsea, Drogba scored 164 goals in 381 appearances and won four Premier League titles and the Champions League in 2012. He also helped the blues win four FA Cups and three League Cup titles.
Upon retiring from playing Drogba has continued his charity work with the foundation which he set up in 2007 which provides financial and material support in both health and education to people in Africa.
Despite of his wealth, he was also talented player who emerged from the African nation in recent years. Drogba revealed that he turned down the chance to return to Chelsea again as coach because he was committed to help Ivorian football.
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