Didier Drogba’s ambition of leading Cote d’ivoire football faced a halt after former players unanimously voted for his rival.
Every one of the eleven out of fourteen individuals from the Association of Former Ivorian Footballers who took an interest in the democratic exercise by means of video conferencing embraced Sory Diabate for the top occupation.
The remaining three, be that as it may, avoided the activity.
Didier Drogba and Idriss Diallo, who is Vice-President of the Ivorian Football Federation (FIF) in charge of Marketing and Promotion Commission received no votes.
Sory will, hence, replace Augustin Sidy Diallo, current Ivorian Football Federation president.