Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho will be up against some familiar opponents when his team faces Galatasaray on Wednesday in the first leg of the Champions League quarterfinals.
Mourinho coached Didier Drogba at Chelsea before moving to Inter Milan, where he won a Champions League title in 2010 with Wesley Sneijder on his team.
Both Drogba and Sneijder have since moved to Turkey, and will be headed to the Santiago Bernabeu looking to spring a surprise on nine-time champion Madrid.
''We've come to win,'' said Sneijder, who also played for Real Madrid. ''There is respect, but not fear.''
Madrid will be heading into the match on a high after eliminating Manchester United in the previous round and Barcelona in the Copa del Rey semifinals. They also beat Spanish leader Barcelona in the league.
The fans want more.
''Here in Madrid everyone wants the 10th (Champions League title) and that's the club's objective,'' Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo said. ''We, the players, know the ...