Chelsea legend Didier Drogba vomited anger after seeing the collapse of his former team. Called ‘Droxin (Drokba + God)’ during his active career, he drew a line saying that Todd Boelli’s Chelsea was distinctly different from the Roman Abramovich era.
The British media ‘Mirror’ reported on the 19th (Korean time)토스카지노, that ‘Drogba brutally attacked Chelsea owner Boelli. Drogba launched a fierce attack on Boelli’s way of operating. He claimed that Chelsea were no longer recognizable’.
Chelsea were eliminated after losing 0-2 in the second leg of the quarterfinals against Real Madrid in the 2022-2023 European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League held at Stamford Bridge in London on the same day.
It is Chelsea’s fourth consecutive loss since the sacking of manager Graham Porter and the appointment of Frank Lampard as interim manager.
“I don’t recognize my club. It’s not the same club anymore. The new owner came with a new vision. Of course I compare it to the Abramovich era, when we signed a lot of players, but the decisions were very wise,” said Drogba. .
Boelli bought Chelsea from Abramovich ahead of the 2022-2023 season. Boelli collected players by pouring an astronomical sum of 600 million pounds (about 900 billion won) over a year with enormous financial power. It is similar to Abramovich’s past when he was building Chelsea’s golden age.
However, his first season at Chelsea was disastrous. Two directors were cut. Chelsea were pushed out of the top 10 in the Premier League, not in the top 4, not in the Europa League, let alone winning.
Drogba said, “The reason I signed Petr Cech, Andrei Shevchenko, Crespo, Michael Essien, and Florent Malouda was all to win the championship. They were players with some experience. Now, I bet on young players to see if the strategy has changed.” compared with
Drogba went on to say, “It’s difficult for a manager to manage a locker room of more than 30 players. There is no charismatic leader. You need players who can play and take responsibility. You need players who can bring madness to the pitch.” Emphasized.
Drogba played for Chelsea from 2004 to 2012 and 2014 to 2015. He has won the Premier League four times, the FA Cup four times, the Carabao Cup three times and the Champions League once.