French Veteran In Switzerland!
Djibril Cisse decided to end the football pension and run again on the court, and signed the contract with the Yverdon team that competes in the Swiss third league.
And not just that. Cisse entered the new club in great style, with the owner of Yverdona Marco DiPietrantonio sent a helicopter that transferred him from Geneva to the final destination.
As the French media reported, Cisse signed with Yverdon a one-year contract, with the aim of choosing to place in the higher ranking of the competition.
An experienced, 35-year-old striker immediately went to meet new teammates after signing the contract.
Otherwise, Cisse finished his football career in October 2015 at Saint-Pierroise, Reunion Island, near Madagascar.
During his rich career, he played for Auxerre, Liverpool, Marseille, Sunderland, Panathinaikos, Lazio, KPR, Al Garafu, Cuban Krasnodar, and Bastia. Frequent injuries prevented him from making an even better career, and for the selection of France, he played 41 games and scored nine goals.
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