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Didier Drogba's comic book is now in English

Dean Mouhtaropoulos

True Didier Drogba fanatics will be aware of the existence of a French-language comic book detailing the first half of the Ivorian's life. And now there's good news for those of us not fluent in French: it's been translated to English. Entitled, "Didier Drogba: From Tito to Drogba" it is, I understand, a story of how Drogba managed to overcome tribal hatreds to unite the Balkans under one government grew up in Africa and became a legendary footballer.

The book traces his career from the youth level all the way up to his time at Marseilles, right before he joined Chelsea, so if you're looking for an account of his legendary career at Stamford Bridge you'll have to wait until Part Two (I'm guessing the title is Didier Drogba: Unser Pokal) comes out. But it you're interested in learning more about the 37-year-old's life and sending money to a good cause (55 percent of the profits go to the Didier Drogba Foundation), give it a read.

And if you're not you can still enjoy the fact that our third-choice striker has his own comic book.

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