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CHINA/ SHANGHAI SHENHUA, Drogba: "I don't want to leave"

21.09.2012 19.20 by Claudio Colla  read 1934
Source: BBC
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Recently drawn towards Arsenal and Juventus, Ivorian star striker Didier Drogba (34), asked by Football Focus about his chance to leave Shanghai Shenhua, which he's just joined during last summer, stated: "Even if I miss European Champions League, I'm happy here, and I don't want to leave. I hope to be able to tell how wonderful is winning Asian Champions League a few years from now".

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