Chelsea legend offers condolences to Turkey following Ankara bombing

Chelsea legend Didier Drogba has offered his condolences to Turkey following the deadly bombing attack in Istanbul.

Ninety-seven people died and over 200 were injured in the terrorist attack that rocked the capital.

Drogba shared an Instagram and Twitter post with an image displaying the word Ankara.

The way the capital city is written is a play on words as ‘kara’ is written in capitals and means darkness in Turkish.


Drogba spent two seasons at Galatasaray and scored 20 goals in 53 games before joining Chelsea in the summer.

The Ivory Coast international won the Süper Lig, Turkish Cup and reached the quarter-final of the Champions League while at the Lions.

Drogba provided two assists and seven goal in 40 appearances for Chelsea last season and is considered won of the greatest player to have ever played for the club.

The experienced striker moved to the MLS over the summer and alreaday has nine goals for new side Montreal.


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