Former Chelsea winger Salomon Kalou has picked three of his former Blues teammates in his ‘dream’ 5-a-side team. The Hertha Bertin forward won the Premier League and Champions League during his six-year spell with the west London giants, and his squad consisted of the likes of David Luiz, Petr Cech and compatriot Didier Drogba, who were key to the 2012 Champions League success.
The experienced forward also picked countrymen Yaya Toure and Gervinho – both of whom are still plying their trades with Manchester City and Heben China Fortune. In an exclusive with 90min, he said: “I’m going to say Yaya Toure, and obviously Didier [Drogba]. I have to put Gervinho for sure…and David Luiz, because I need a defender! They’ll all want to play forward, so I need a defender. And my keeper is obviously Petr Cech, he’s won everything.” Continue reading “Kalou picks his ‘5-a-side dream’ team”
On Sunday, the former three lions and blues skipper rang their trophy-laden football career Sunday. John Terry made an announcement about his retirement in public and said he is happy for his decision. African legend Didier Drogba has congratulated former England and Chelsea captain John Terry after his retirement from football. Drogba joined Terry at Stamford Bridge in the year 2004, and the duo was teammates for eight years before leaving the Chinese Super League club Shanghai Shenhua in 2012.
Both players won four English Premier League titles, four FA Cups, three League Cups and guided Chelsea for their UEFA Champions League triumph in the 2011-12 season. He spent a good career span of 23 years, and taking the retirement at the age of 37-year-old confirmed his decision to hang his boots and Drogba has become a member of the football world to praise the Blues’ old guard.
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