Former Chelsea legend Didier Drogba has announced his position as the official ambassador of the Blues.
Drogba scored 164 goals in 381 appearances, cementing his place as the club’s fourth all-time highest scorer.
The Ivorian 36 goals in European competition is a Chelsea record which includes the goal that saw us win our first ever Champions league cup in a hard fought match against Bayern Munich.
Drogba won four Premier League titles, three League Cups , four FA Cups and, in the most glorious of all, the Champions League.
Didier was attributed as Chelsea’s Player of the Year and recorded the Premier League Golden Boot twice.
Drogba would have been named the best footballer in the world by any Blue fan. He scored resounding goals that could ignite any feeble observer.
Strikers come in all shapes and sizes; from players who depend on their instincts, to target men who hold the ball up and bring teammates into the game, irrespective of the number of oppositions.
Speaking of free kicks, penalties, dead balls, corner kicks and dribbles, Didier ticks all the boxes.
He was unarguably the best player who ever existed in the Blue’s shirt.
He came back to re-unite with Mourinho, however, as a supporting striker to Diego Costa. He got vital goals against Manchester United, Tottenham and even the goal that made the Blues won the title against Leicester City.
He was chaired off by his team mates as not just a footballer but one who registered his name in the heart of the stadium.
“The King is back”
This was a quote by one of his followers on twitter after making the announcement as Chelsea’s ambassador.
One other follower on twitter was even more concerned about how he could help raise Alvaro Morata’s game.
Welcome best player ever. Welcome Legend. Welcome, DidierDrogba.