What must Chelsea make of their Ivorian moan-meister? One moment he is kissing his badge and scoring for fun, and the next moment he is having a moan to a French journo about how Chelsea are either broken, crap, not the club for him anymore, or never were the club for him in the first place.
Drogba’s latest outburst however, is in the form of an apology – although Droggers did well to escape his marker Joleon Lescott and bag the opener in Sunday’s game against Everton – he then contrived to miss a cavalcade of chances that would probably sustain Derby County for about five seasons. And then, one minute from time Tim Cahill waltzed in and scored the goal of his life.
The Times reports that Drogba said:
â€œIt was nice for me to score but not nice for me to miss the chances I had, the first one in the first half was difficult because of the bounce, but I had a big chance to score. I was so sorry for my team. We canâ€™t be happy with the point – but we didnâ€™t lose. We still have a chance to win the next game, so itâ€™s OK. I am very disappointed and I think we created a lot of chances; I think enough to win the game.”
Any chance of an apology for your comments to that French rag too Mr Drogba?