American League soccer (MLS) has fined the Ivorian striker Didier Drogba, playing for the canadian “Montreal Impact”, for refusing to play in the match, reports the BBC.

The head coach of the canadian club Mauro Biello did not include Drogba in the starting team for the match against “Toronto” (2:2) 16 Oct. In response to the striker asked not to declare it to the match.

The amount of the fine imposed on 38-year-old footballer, who is the best years of his career spent in European teams, not specified.

Earlier, the President of “Montreal” Joey Agropur stated that the conflict of the player with the club settled. Drogba remained on the bench in two of their last four games. In this season, the striker has scored 10 goals in 21 outings in the championship.

Striker Drogba fined for refusing to play in the MLS match 22.10.2016

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