I have read in the past that Didier Drogba is an Arsenal fan and I am 99.6% sure that I saw him supping on a pint of Guinness in The Gunners Pub way back in 1999 before a home game against Everton.
Now my judgement that day may have been cloudy due to the 3 bottles of lemon Hooch (remember Hooch?) I drank before entering that superb venue, but I am positive he was joining in on a chorus of '1-0 to the Arsenal'.
That for me says enough about the man to suggest he is a Gooner and to see an Arsenal man wearing the red and white of the club would be a fantastic sight.
We appear to have several Arsenal supporters in the actual squad these days. Emmanuel Frimpong and Jack Wilshere are the biggest fans and I am sure that they would welcome Didier Drogba to the club with open arms.
This would mainly be due to the fact that Drogba would no longer be able to score against us or even more so because he is a fucking great lump who, despite diving as bad as Jurgen Klinsmann from time to time, looks like one hard bastard.
Arsene Wenger has admitted in the past that he admires Drogba as much as he admires the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Strasbourg. Which incidentally, is an art museum in his home town of Strasbourg. And the Chelski man is indeed a work of art.
Wenger missed out on signing Drogba when the player was at Le Mans in France for £100,000. Rumours were that he told Le Mans £47,874 and a Firestick Peperami was his final offer and we lost the deal.
Well that can be redeemed within the next few months. Drogba is in the final year of his contract with Chelski and, despite being 67 years of age, I am sure he could still do a massive job for us.
We need another striker and someone with the quality of the Ivorian man of steel would still be a fantastic asset to the club.
As I have said, age may well be against Didier.
But the man can still cut it at the top level of English football and I think if he doesn't agree a new deal with our West London neighbours of Russian descent, then he would be available at a cut-down price or a free transfer.
It could well be the time to make Drogba's dreams come true in putting on the Arsenal shirt and I would take him faster than Usain Bolt running for his pre-race meal of Chicken Nuggets.
Keep It Goonerish..........