Never go back, they say. Here are ten players who make such advice look bloody stupid...
Didier Drogba is seeking damages and an apology from the Daily Mail, and quite rightly, too.
He's Didier Drogba and you want him to be sub for a game in the MLS? Non, non and non again.
Brendan Rodgers believes he has a player similar to Didier Drogba in Moussa Dembele at Celtic.
Vidic claims he struggled to deal with Drogba far more often than he did Torres.
Didier Drogba persuaded Eric Bailly to join Manchester United over City. So there you go.
The year is 2016, and Didier Drogba is still scoring against Arsenal. The Gunners won, of course.
Not every player turns pro at 17 or rises through a Premier League academy. Here are the exceptions
Chelsea legend Didier Drogba is threatening legal action over Daily Mail claims.
The perfect b*stard must be naughty, physical but also score goals. Being a hard man ain't enough
Just a few months after leaving, Didier Drogba is close to making Thibaut Courtois very happy.
Montreal Impact have made a statement regarding Didier Drogba's future at the club. On his way to Chelsea?
Plus, Louis van Gaal, Newcastle, Garry Monk, an England XI made of glass, and the poshest names in football.
Jose Mourinho says recent criticisms from Didier Drogba is merely the Chelsea legend trying to sell books.
Drogba believes after he and Cech left in the summer, only poor 'JT' is left and others need to stand up.
Some summer exits hurt more than others. Oh for Benteke's goals or Schneiderlin's energy...
"Somehow we lost a bit of what made us special," says Drogba of Jose's 2007 Chelsea. Sounds familiar.
Didier Drogba says Petr Cech is still the world's best keeper – even though he plays for "the wrong team".
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