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Didier Drogba

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Even at 38 years age, still terrorising Arsenal :lol:

They thought they saw the end of him. Another goal. This time for MLS all stars against Arsenal. Currently 1-1. 

Legend!

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Even at 38 years age, still terrorising Arsenal

They thought they saw the end of him. Another goal. This time for MLS all stars against Arsenal. Currently 1-1. 

Legend!

It's a tradition.

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5 minutes ago, LAM09 said:

It's a tradition. emoji1.png

It is amazing to see how strong and how effective a battering ram he still is up front. Just a pure legend. Hopefully he can grab another one.

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It is amazing to see how strong and how effective a battering ram he still is up front. Just a pure legend. Hopefully he can grab another one.

Still has the presence. I guess starting his professional career late has helped his longevity.

Him to get the winner would be priceless.

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Bloody great to see Drogs score against them North Londoners. Nothing changes!

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32 minutes ago, BoyBlue96 said:
He and Lamps returning for coaching role pls....

Being a coach - especially at a top club like Chelsea - is a serious profession. Lampard and Drogba were great players, but if they want to be coach at Chelsea they have to study and probably gain experience at ther clubs. For example, Steve Holland started his coaching education at  the age of 20 and worked more then 15 years before he joined Chelsea Reserves. Alessio also worked for several small Italian club before becoming Conte's assistant at Cagliari.

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24 minutes ago, nyikolajevics said:

Being a coach - especially at a top club like Chelsea - is a serious profession. Lampard and Drogba were great players, but if they want to be coach at Chelsea they have to study and probably gain experience at ther clubs. For example, Steve Holland started his coaching education at  the age of 20 and worked more then 15 years before he joined Chelsea Reserves. Alessio also worked for several small Italian club before becoming Conte's assistant at Cagliari.

Oh, I don't think Lamps or Didier coming in and start being part of Conte's staff like Giggs did with Van Gaal is a good idea.

Let them start with the youth teams. Having these legends training/supporting the youth and it's staff is a great asset to have. They can teach these youngsters allot. 

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