For the first time in its short history in MLS, the Montreal Impact is sending 3 players to the MLS All-Star game. After having Patrice Bernier and Marco Di Vaio face AS Roma in 2013, it's time for Didier Drogba , Laurent Ciman and Ignacio Piatti to represent the Bleu-Blanc-Noir against Arsenal, in San Jose.
Laurent Ciman, master of El Toro
Ignacio Piatti playing soccer tennis with Dos Santos
By the way, there is a 4th Impact player involved in the MLS All-Star festivities. Maxime Crepeau will play in the 2016 Chipotle homegrown game, that will be streamed on MLSSoccer.com tonight at 9pm ET. An MLS best academy team will face the Mexico Under-20 national team.
As of the time this post is written, there are no social media sighting of Didier Drogba in or around San Jose.