- Didier Drogba's son Isaac Drogba who looks just like Didier is taking his father's footsteps
- Isaac Drogba is only 19 but his achievements have stunned his own father who spoke about Isaac in an Instagram post sighted by YEN.com.gh
- Isaac currently plays as a Striker at En Avant Guingamp II
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The son of former Chelsea star and Cote D'Ivoire Didier Drogba has started to follow the footsteps of his father with impressive statistics in football.
Isaac Drogba joined Guingamp early this year in an £80,000 move from Le Mans. There, he scored 24 goals in 50 appearances before linking up with Olympique Marseille.
A news report by CelebritiesBuzz.com indicates that Isaac currently plays as a Striker at En Avant Guingamp II.
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Didier's son named Isaac Drogba was born in France on December 15, 2000, which makes him 19 years old.
The achievement of young Isaac is a bit of a surprise but not too much of it as he looks exactly like his father. As such, he’s toeing Didier's lines as expected.
An Instagram post sighted by YEN.com.gh has revealed how pleased Isaac's father is about Isaac's achievements.
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Didier mentioned that he was extremely proud of Isaac and could not be prouder.
See the Instagram post by Didier Drogba below:
A number of exciting news articles about great achievements have been reported lately.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh shared how former production assistant (PA) at Tyler Perry Studios was wildly nominated for Best Motion Picture at the Ghana Movie Awards 2019 as a producer.
The young lady by name Esi Yamoah was blown away by the nomination as this is the first time she is set to be awarded for her role as a producer.
She produced the motive 'Gold Coast Lounge' in Accra, Ghana which has won her the profound nomination.
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