Chelsea striker Demba Ba has said he doesn’t go to nightclubs any more, after the experience he had when he was at Newcastle, where he would go to nightclubs, but he said he was never happy about it – because it was not in line with his Islamic beliefs.
Demba Ba – while at Newcastle he didn’t like night clubbing
Ba has been interviewed in the French publication So Foot, and he talked about his stay at Newcastle:
“My behavior was never bad but let’s say it was not what Islam teaches.” “Nightclubs, for example.” “People would tell me it was fine, but I don’t go any more because there is alcohol, loud music and scantily-dressed girls. It’s a dangerous cocktail.”
“At Newcastle my friends wanted me to come out with them after the last day of the season.” “I went into the club, turned my head from left to right and said to them: ‘That’s it, I’m off.’”
Demba Ba had a terrific eighteen months on Tyneside, and he scored one goal in every two games for the Magpies, scoring a fantastic 29 goals in 58 total appearances, but he’s found his time at Chelsea to be much tougher.
And since signing for Chelsea in early January. he has eight goals in a total of only 31 appearances, with nine of those appearances being this season under manager Jose Mourinho.
We would welcome back Demba Ba to Newcastle tomorrow, because he could still do a great job for us – and we couldn’t care less if he doesn’t go to another nightclub in his life.
He was a great striker for Newcastle, there’s no doubt about that – and he’s being wasted on the bench at the top London club.
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