A young man reads a comic book in Paris on February 26, 2014 entitled "Didier Drogba", in which the renowned Ivorian football player is the main character. AFP PHOTO / BERTRAND GUAY
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Didier Drogba walked at six months, left home at five and fell in love with the woman who was to become his wife at the tender age of 17 .Editions are also planned for Britain, where Drogba is still idolised by supporters of his former club Chelsea; Brazil, where he is due to play in the World Cup later this year, and Turkey, where he currently stars for Galatasaray.Entitled "From Tito to Drogba", the album traces the 35-year-old's journey from modest roots in Abidjan to the summit of world football. Part of the proceeds from the book sales will go to the Didier Drogba Foundation, which finances health and education projects in Africa.
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