Isaac Drogba, son of Chelsea legend Didier, joins Italian fourth division side Folgore Caratese

Didier Drogba’s son, Isaac, has signed for Italian fourth division side Folgore Caratese.
The son of the Chelsea and Ivory Coast legend, 20, previously had spells in the Blues’ Under-19s side and also the B team of French club Guingamp.
Drogba’s son has joined Italian fourth tier side Folgore Caratese
Drogba senior also played for Guingamp before joining Marseille in 2003.
In two spells at Chelsea he scored 164 goals in 381 games, and among those many strikes were some of the most important in the club’s history.
His glancing header levelled things against Bayern Munich in the 2012 Champions League final when Chelsea were 1-0 down with three minutes remaining, and it was his penalty in the shoot-out that won the Blues the trophy.
In addition, and to the delight of the Stamford Bridge faithful, he was a constant menace to Arsenal, scoring 13 goals for Chelsea in 14 games against the Gunners – 15 in 15 if you count his two for Galatasaray in the pre-season Emirates Cup tournament.
Drogba won everything at Chelsea and is undeniably a Blues legendGETTY IMAGES
During his time in south west London, Drogba also won two Premier League Golden Boots, top scoring in 2007 with 20 goals, while he and Frank Lampard enjoyed a double act three years later.
The striker found the net 29 times and recorded 10 assists, while recently-sacked Chelsea boss Lampard struck 22 times and created 14 goals.

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