Chelsea respond to Didier Drogba in FA Cup
Chelsea are far from finding their footballing ceiling under Mauricio Pochettino, which has put some pressure on the Londoner's young squad.But it seems to have made its way into domestic mirrors.
An example of this The result against Aston Villa in the fourth round replay of the FA Cup, Well, they overcame Unai Emery's side to reach the round of 16 of the competition.
The result secures Cobham's FA Cup stay in London Still desperate to win a cup double in England in a season where the European standings look complicated again.
After defeats against Liverpool and Wolverhampton, Criticism was immediate for a Chelsea team that had ups and downs throughout the campaign and was strongly isolated due to its youth.
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Despite all these criticisms, A lull followed as London legend Didier Drogba came out to defend the team. He sees them as one of the strongest teams in the Premier League once their players are unified, confirming that they still have a lot to improve.
“I think it's not an easy time for the club, but Chelsea are still Chelsea and they have my support and my faith. Those kids, those players, came to Chelsea because they wanted to be part of the legacy that previous generations had created. Unfortunately there is no time in football, but they will need time to adapt. When I joined Chelsea, the group of players were between 24 and 27 years old and we were ready to play, the ones who are there now are still learning. You have to give them time and when they peak people will say wow, this is the new generation, this is one of Chelsea's best! It's only a matter of time”Didier Drogba explained in an interview with Sky Sports.
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With the result against Aston Villa, Chelsea are getting a second wind and with players like Conor Gallagher, Enzo Fernandez and Nicolas Jackson showing they have the same quality as Didier Drogba, the talent could reach its footballing peak in the near future.
Chelsea will now switch the chip and return to the Premier League, where they will face matches against Aston Villa, Manchester City and Tottenham. It could mark the first major title for this new generation before the Carabao Cup final against Liverpool.
continuously Chelsea face Leeds United in the fifth round of the FA Cup (Round of 16), which could pave the way for them to continue their progress and find a path to the renaissance the team is hoping for in the domestic cups.