Didier Drogba Phone Call Leaves Wunderkind Wilfried Zaha Split 50/50 Over England Commital

Alan Duffy

13th, November 2012

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By Alan Duffy

What a week it’s been for Crystal Palace wunderkind wing-wizard Wilfried Zaha. From getting an England call-up to being linked to Real Madrid to even being (mis)quoted as saying that only Messi and Ronaldo are better than him, the 20-year-old is getting even more media coverage than Jimmy Savile at moment.

Anyway, the latest scoop on Zaha is that, despite his Three Lions call-up, the Ivory Coast powers-that-be are desperate for the attacker, who was born in the west African country, to eschew the Three Lions for a career with the Elephants (now there’s a fight I’d like to see).

And none other than top Ivorian dog, Didier Drogba, has been on the blower to young Zaha, putting him straight on his future international career.

Even if Zaha plays against Sweden on Wednesday, he will still be eligible to line out for the Ivorians, as the game at the Swedbank Arena is but

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4 Comments

  1. Ash says:

    Ha, the same Salomon Kalou that tried for Dutch Citizenship so he could play for the Oranje. Hypocrite.

  2. gilbert says:

    if his (future) England spot would go to Raheem Sterling then god speed young Wilfried. go play with Drogba, thats gonna be fun times and gets you a good chance of getting an actual medal in the A.C.O.N tournament. more than ya gonna get with england, realistically. here its just for the pride and the money. we’ll keep Raheem and thankyou very much goodnight. everyones a winaaaaah

  3. shirley says:

    England should not manipulate this kid to choose england for money because he will not win any medal playing for england. EPL is all for the love of money….who will get the biggest pay check and so on. Choosing IC would be good choice, a chance to lead your country.

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