“Garde la tête haute (…) ça paiera”

“Garde la tête haute (…) ça paiera”

The views of Nicolas Jackson’s face on Manchester City during the FA Cup semi-finals are based on vague opinions and racist comments on social backgrounds. In response, Didier Drogba, he is very grateful for the encouragement he receives and the criticism he receives.

Since the semi-finals of the FA Cup against Manchester City are the same, the attack on Chelsea, Nicolas Jackson, is a matter of the difficulty of the but, the susceptibility of racist reactions and insults to society. Dans ce match où chaque occasion compte, Jackson a connu des moments difficiles. Launched by Cole Palmer and the debut of the match, the start of the match is a crucial moment (6th minute). Il a également manqué autre opportunité en ratant son face-à-face with Ortega, especially before the defense of the City (29th minute). Même après avoir échappé à Kyle Walker, a tentative du droit détournée par le gardien allemand, et il ensuite manqué a tete à bout portant (49th minute).

Face aux critiques about the young people’s attention to the elimination of Chelsea, Didier Drogba, the club icon, and the publicity of the encouragement of Nicolas Jackson. Sur « Garde la tete haute et n’arrête jamais de travailler du, ça paiera », at-il promis, soulignant ainsi son soutien à Jackson. And in response to the insults of racists directed against you, Chelsea is an express son of indignation. The club is a firm commitment against discrimination.

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