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MLS - Drogba rejects to go on bench, the manager leaves him out of the match squad

17.10.2016 21.06 by Francesca Ceciarini  read 676

Didier Drogba is close to interrupt his adventure at Montreal Impact: as Sky Sports reports, the Ivorian striker would have rejected to gon on the bench in the last MLS game, yesterday's derby against Toronto: this is why the manager, Mauro Biello left him out of the match squad.

The Canadian coach explained: "I spoke to him, he didn't accept to go on the bench, so I left him out of the 18 men selected for the game."

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