Didier Drogba spotted at Chelsea: The Veteran was spotted at the Stamford Bridge during the Blues game against West Bromwich Albion, fueling the former player’s next step with the Blues.
Chelsea endured a disappointing 2-2 draw at the Stamford Bridge amid taking the lead twice in the game. But the fans are quickly forgetting the disappointments just after the news that their Legend was spotted at the Stamford Bridge after the game. The former player is in London after his season with Major League Side Montreal Impact. The MLS side expecting the player to return to the USA as the player has a very good debut season. Didier Drogba’s fanbase stretched even as he impressed the US fans and is already among one of the fan’s favorites at Montreal.
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Reports of Didier Drogba retiring from his playing career has been spread, but the MLS franchise expects the player to delay his retirement plans. The player dismissed the retirement reports but is reportedly very much ready to take a coaching role with his former club. Drogba has a very strong attachment with the Blues and will be ready to sacrifice his playing career for the club he loves.
Also, the Blues’ fans are desperate to see the Ivorian in the Chelsea dug-out and will help Roman Abramovich to convince the player to join Chelsea’s staff room. Club owner brought the Legendary striker to the Stamford Bridge just after he sacked fans favorite Jose Mourinho and the plan worked very well since the fans enjoyed the MLS star’s presence.
Drogba did not reveal his intentions publicly, but the player is reportedly prepared to take a coaching role with the club where he build a name for himself. Chelsea’s continuous struggle in the Premier League has prompting suggestions that the club needs ‘experience’ to settle the dressing room and prepare the players mentally fit. Undoubtedly, Didier Drogba is the best choice that Roman Abramovich can choose since the club’s other modern era legends(Gianfranco Zola) are busy or still playing (Frank Lampard, John Terry, and Peter Cech).