Chelsea is a well reputable club across Europe. After winning the champions league last term, the club is now focused to win the premier league under Thomas Tuchel. This has attracted interests of various youngsters in Europe and beyond.[Photo Courtesy]
According to SportsWitness, SC Cambur youngster Alex Bangura is a huge admirer of Chelsea because of Didier Drogba. The youngster has revealed he watched Drogba playing while he was young and that made his love for Chelsea unstoppable.
Speaking to Omrop Fryslan, Bangura said, “I dream of playing football at Chelsea. I used to be a huge fan of Didier Drogba. I thought he was really great. That’s how the love for Chelsea started.”
Bangura is among many other youngsters like Florian Wirtz and Jamal Musiala whose young talent cannot go unnoticed. He pushed himself to the first team that earned his side a promotion to Eredevisie's elite football league this term. Since then, he has played 8 games for his outfit.
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