Unavailable for the game against the Vancouver Whitecaps for the Voyageurs Cup final, Didier Drogba was supposed to meet the team in Toronto to face Toronto FC at BMO field. Out due to a toe injury, Frank Klopas was advised by the medical team that it was best not to play the Ivorian striker on turf at BC Place.
But since, a few reports came out hinting at the fact the Drogba's injury would keep him out of the game. Kurt Larson hinted at reports that Drogba looked sluggish during practices while Tony Marinaro hearing that the King will not be playing in Toronto.
Unless theres a healer who can fix Drogba's toe like Miyagi fixed LaRussos thigh, hearing Drogba will NOT play at TFC pic.twitter.com/BwifxnhJj5— Tony Marinaro (@TonyMarinaro) August 28, 2015
Today's SUN - TFC talkin' playoffs...Drogba's form...Bradley staying...Controversial referee http://t.co/ubQHROkZoc pic.twitter.com/JM3WkPiNQP— Kurtis Larson (@KurtLarSUN) August 27, 2015
With the confirmed absence of Ignacio Piatti (calf contusion), going into BMO field without Didier Drogba is quite problematic for the Bleu-Blanc-Noir, a team that is going through a scoring drought and even worse a creativity drought.
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