Jose Mourinho, Chelsea manager strongly believes that Didier Drogba still remains by far of one of finest strikers the industry has seen.
The forward from Galatasaray, quit Stamford Bridge around 2012 June, is expected to return for the 2nd leg of the league in London. We've previously said that fans should be expecting a Chelsea win, but you can click here for football tips on Champions League accumulators.
Mourinho stressed that Drogba might not be the exact same player at present (36 years) like he was 10 years back, for that matter nobody is.
Having said that, Mourinho added, Drogba is nonetheless one of finest strikers at present in the football industry. The ace striker said that scoring sure is great, but he won’t definitely celebrate if he bags a goal against his ex team.
This striking wonder from Ivory Coast has bagged an odd 157 goals during his 8 years tenure and 342 appearances at Chelsea. As his final kick for Chelsea in Champions League 2012 final, versus Bayern Munich, Drogba bagged the crucial spot kick during the penalty shootout.
Jose Mourinho brought in the ace striker in the year 2004 from Marseille and was welcomed back like a king when he finally decided to come back to the Blues in August post an approximate 6 years gap.
Mourinho further stressed that without any doubts whatsoever Drogba is one of the finest the club has had. The Chelsea fans have voted for Drogba as the best Chelsea player in the official magazine of the club in 2012 and he is bound to return to the club again.
He continued saying that nobody knows when that day is going to come, he might join back as player or may be an ambassador, a coach may be next year, next four or five years or maybe after a decade. Only time will tell.