By Ollie Irish
Chelsea’s Didier Drogba is set to have a whole football stadium named after him.
French fourth-division club Levallois Sporting has announced that its new stadium will be named after Drogba. The player will be present at an official ceremony on September 29 in the small town of Levallois-Perret, located on the northern outskirts of Paris.
Drogba played youth football for Levallois when he was 15, before moving to Le Mans in 1997. He’s very much the most famous player to play for the club.
It’s not a f**king disgrace.