World Djibril Cissé launches an appeal to two clubs

01:30  24 may  2020
01:30  24 may  2020 Source:   football365.fr

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Djibril Cissé (born 12 August 1981) is a French professional footballer who plays as a striker. He started his career at AC Arles in 1989, at the age of eight.

Cisse has had limited opportunities at Lazio this season. Queens Park Rangers have completed the signing of Lazio's French striker Djibril Cisse for a reported £ "I've watched him for many years and always been impressed by what he brings to the table," QPR boss Mark Hughes told the club website.

Djibril Cissé, 38, never stops insisting. The forward is impatient to leave retirement to return to Ligue 1 and reach the 100 goal mark.

Djibril Cissé © Provided by Mercato 365 Djibril Cisse

A completely crazy challenge. Djibril Cissé wants to come out of his retirement to put 4 goals in Ligue 1 and reach the symbolic 100 mark. The whimsical 38-year-old striker appealed to Nîmes and Diijon during a visit to Europe 1. "Before AJ Auxerre, I started in Nîmes. The circle would be complete. There is also Dijon. I have respect for all the clubs, it would be a great gesture on their part ", asked Cissé. Ready to "play for free", the player says he is obsessed with a number as he recently told So Foot. "The bar of 100 haunts me, I stayed at 96 since I stopped. I am missing four and I live badly, it drives me crazy".

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Djibril Cisse has told Sky Sports News he wants to come out of retirement in a bid to reach 100 goals in Ligue 1, and is offering to play for free. Cisse initially retired in 2015 due to injury but he returned two years later with Swiss third tier club Yverdon before retiring again in 2018.

Djibril Cisse has joined Qatari side Al Gharafa on loan until the end of the season. The west London club earned a valuable point at Upton Park after Remy put them a goal up in the first half. West Ham pressed and pressed until, after some brilliant saves from Julio Cesar and a couple of spurned

The wall of 100 for Cissé?

As a reminder, the former Liverpool player has retired from professional football since the summer of 2015 and one last experience in Bastia. Recently, Raymond Domenech, his former coach in the France A and Hope team, had expressed himself in favor of a return of Cisse . "He has athletic, speed, hitting skills, and he always has them," recommended the former coach of the Blues. In Nîmes and Dijon to decide ...

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