Rare is the occasion that the world of football bears an ending as befitting a storybook as the one that Didier Drogba penned for himself, and for Chelsea, in the UEFA Champions League final against Bayern. There was the low of Drogba's foul taken on Franck Ribery in the box in extra time. There were the highs of Petr Cech's save on Arjen Robben's penalty kick shortly thereafter, and Drogba's header off a beautiful set piece to equalize just moments before, in the 88th minute.
Chelsea isn’t Chelsea without Didier Drogba. The striker has been a Blue since 2004, but his tenure with the club is in danger. However, after his heroic performance in the 2012 UEFA Champions League Finals, the football team has no... Read Post
Anyone who has seen Didier Drogba play knows two things about him: One, he can score in the blink of an eye, and two, he loves to dive. The 34-year-old Ivorian striker has been instrumental in Chelsea's return to the UEFA Champions ... Read Post