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Daily Telegraph Apr 23, 2015
Chelsea strikers Diego Costa and Didier Drogba fight to return for Arsenal clash at Emirates

Chelsea strikers Diego Costa and Didier Drogba fight to return for Arsenal clash at Emirates

Didier Drogba confident he can return for top-of-the-table clash with Arsenal and Diego Costa hopes to make bench
The Independent Apr 21, 2015
Didier Drogba expected to be fit for Chelsea's crunch game at Arsenal despite missing charity game because of injury

Didier Drogba expected to be fit for Chelsea's crunch game at Arsenal despite missing charity game because of injury

Didier Drogba is expected to be fit for Chelsea’s key Premier League game against Arsenal on Sunday despite the striker withdrawing from a charity game on Monday night with an ankle problem.
The Guardian Apr 20, 2015
Chelsea facing striker shortage as Didier Drogba suffers ankle injury

Chelsea facing striker shortage as Didier Drogba suffers ankle injury

• Drogba pulls out of charity match with ankle injury• Chelsea will hope Diego Costa or Loïc Rémy can return to fitness • Patrick Bamford aims high after landing Football League awardChelsea hope either Diego Costa or Loïc Rémy will be fit for Sunday’s match at Arsenal after Didier Drogba suffered an ankle injury. The 37-year-old Ivory Coast striker has led the Premier League leaders’ attack in recent wins over QPR and Manchester United due to Costa’s hamstring injury and Rémy’s calf problem.Drogba, a United Nations Development Programme Goodwill Ambassador, withdrew from a...
The Independent Apr 13, 2015
Didier Drogba plans to carry on beyond this season

Didier Drogba plans to carry on beyond this season

Chelsea striker Didier Drogba intends to carry on playing next season, dismissing suggestions of retirement.
The Guardian Apr 13, 2015
Didier Drogba will play on next season but could turn back on Chelsea

Didier Drogba will play on next season but could turn back on Chelsea

• Stamford Bridge striker ponders future but is keen to continue playing• Drogba will be offered new Chelsea contract but terms are yet to be discussed• Forward keen to remain part of the Chelsea familyDidier Drogba is intent upon extending his senior playing career into an 18th season, with Chelsea expected to offer him a new one-year deal.The 37-year-old, who signed a 12-month contract back at Stamford Bridge last summer, has effectively been promised a job for life by José Mourinho.
Daily Telegraph Apr 13, 2015
Chelsea news: Didier Drogba reveals he will keep playing next season

Chelsea news: Didier Drogba reveals he will keep playing next season

Chelsea striker insists he has no plans to quit at the end of the current campaign - but his Stamford Bridge future remains uncertain
London24 Apr 13, 2015

Chelsea striker reveals he has ‘made a decision’ on his future after QPR win

Chelsea’s Didier Drogba has confirmed that he will not retire at the end of the season - but it is unclear whether his future lies at Stamford Bridge.
The Independent Apr 12, 2015
QPR vs Chelsea team news: Didier Drogba STARTS for Chelsea with Loic Remy and Diego Costa injured

QPR vs Chelsea team news: Didier Drogba STARTS for Chelsea with Loic Remy and Diego Costa injured

Didier Drogba starts for Chelsea today in their Premier League London derby at QPR.
Daily Telegraph Apr 6, 2015
Didier Drogba may have to leave Chelsea if he still wants to play next season

Didier Drogba may have to leave Chelsea if he still wants to play next season

Veteran striker has been offered a job for life by manager Jose Mourinho but is not ready to hang up his boots just yet and may have to move again to carry on playing
London24 Mar 31, 2015

Dybala, Cavani and SIX other strikers Chelsea could target in the summer transfer window

Chelsea are set to be in the market in the summer with Didier Drogba’s contract set to expire. Here are eight frontmen the Blues could target.
Daily Mail Mar 27, 2015

Didier Drogba expresses delight for John Terry after Chelsea skipper signs one-year extension to end of 2015-16

Chelsea striker Didier Drogba has spoken of his delight after John Terry signed a one-year contract extension with the Blues. The Chelsea skipper has signed on until the end of the 2015-16 campaign

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