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Chelsea captain John Terry confident Drogba can still do the job against Manchester United

Chelsea striker Didier Drogba Chelsea captain John Terry insists they have enough firepower to take care of Manchester United on Sunday. Star man Diego Costa looks likely to miss out with hamstring and groin injuries, while Loic Remy is touch-and-go after limping off in the midweek win over Maribor. That leaves Drogba as the only senior Chelsea striker left for the visit to Old Trafford...
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Chelsea striker declares fit for Manchester United clash at Old Trafford

Chelsea striker declares fit for Manchester United clash at Old Trafford - originally posted on Chelsea striker Didier Drogba has declared himself fit for the Blues’ upcoming league encounter against Manchester United this weekend. The west London club will visit Old Trafford on Sunday and Jose Mourinho is likely to be without the services of his first and second...
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Manchester United vs Chelsea: Didier Drgoba could start for the Blues on Sunday… but he has a terrible record against the Red Devils

By TOM SHEEN Everybody knows about Didier Drogba’s phenomenal scoring record against London rivals Arsenal. The Ivorian striker scored 13 times against the Gunners in his first spell at Chelsea – and two more for Galatasaray in the Emirates Cup – a phenomenal record against one club. But what is often glossed over is Drogba’s struggles against their over title rivals over...
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3 Solutions To Chelsea’s Striker Crisis Against Manchester United

3 Solutions To Chelsea’s Striker Crisis Against Manchester United - originally posted on Chelsea put in another fantastic performance last night in the Champions League to put Slovenian side Maribor to the sword. The Blues ran out 6-0 winners, with Eden Hazard being the centre of attention again, scoring twice. The victory though, was marred by an injury to striker...
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Watch Drogba’s first goal since his return to Chelsea!!

2-0 Didier Drogba’s first goal with Chelsea since the Final of the Champions League 2012 against Bayern Munich  Share on Facebook
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Drogba delight as Maribor pay the penalty

Didier Drogba was grateful for Eden Hazard’s selflessness after scoring the first goal of his second spell at Chelsea in […]
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Chelsea 6 Maribor 0: Drogba on target in comfortable success

Didier Drogba scored his first goal for Chelsea since the 2012 UEFA Champions League final as they beat Maribor 6-0 […]
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Drogba recalls first time Mourinho named John Terry as Chelsea captain

Drogba with Chelsea captain John terry Ivorian striker Didier Drogba has recalled when Jose Mourinho first named John Terry Chelsea captain. Terry played his 500th game for the Blues in victory at Crystal Palace on Saturday. “I remember when we had our first meeting in Seattle at the start of pre-season, Jose was introducing himself and his staff and he was saying okay, John Terry...
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Why Didier Drogba’s shock return to Chelsea makes perfect sense

Why Didier Drogba’s shock return to Chelsea makes perfect sense - originally posted on It’s been one hell of a transfer window for Chelsea Football Club. After a trophy less campaign, it hasn’t taken manager Jose Mourinho to wring the changes and turn the Blues into a formidable-looking force. The two positions where Chelsea most-needed reinforcements were centre...
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July 26, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Didier Drogba's free kick sails into the stratosphere

In Champions League Round of 16 soccer action Tuesday, Galatsaray forward Didier Drogba sent a free kick sailing so high over the crossbar that it hit a banner with his name on it hanging on the middle tier of the stadium.It's possible that Drogba may have felt a bit distracted while facing Chelsea, his former team for which he spent eight years of his career, as the fans and...
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March 19, 2014  |  Discuss
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