Football: former Chelsea attacker graduate from Lyon University, France
Former Chelsea attacking player Salomon Kalou graduates with a degree in Business Administration From a university in Lyon, France yesterday.
The Ivorien was combining education with his football career as he is still playing in Brazil after quitting Hertha Berlin in Germany.
Salomon Kalu, who currently plays for Botafogo in the Brazilian league spent six years in England with Chelsea between 2006-2012.
The 35-year old Ivorien won 8 titles with Chelsea within the six years before he left to joined Lille in 2012.
Kalou made his debut for Ivory Coast in 2007 a year after his fast-tracked naturalisation to become a Dutch citizen and opportunity to represent the Dutch national team in the 2006 World Cup in Germany was denied at the last minute.
Kalou had played top-flight football in Netherlands, England, Germany, and France before moving to his current club Botafogo in Brazil. He is arguably the most experienced player in the Ivorien national team today after playing with now-retired Didier Drogba and the Toure brothers Yaya and Kolo.