Chelsea striker Didier Drogba has been the subject of mixed reviews since his return to Stamford Bridge this season, but
When the summer transfer window closed just a few months ago, most fans will have been at least content with how their club bought. We witnessed a number of surprise signings and questionable ones too, but three months down the line, would any of these individuals go back to their old club if they could?
For a player to create a lasting legacy they must look beyond the quick buck and and build something that can bring about real change for the long term. With the growing power of sport and celebrity we will be hoping that the amazing endings are not solely for comic books.
Fernando Torres is still at Chelsea, three-and-a-half years on from his ill-fated £50 million transfer from Liverpool, and
Didier Drogba will begin his second spell at Chelsea next season after agreeing a one-year deal with Jose Mourinho's side
The World Cup will come to a close on Sunday, but our fight against this killer disease will continue. Despite tremendous progress that has seen death rates decreasing by more than 40% globally and almost 50% in Africa alone since 2000, almost half of the world's population is still at risk from malaria.
This summer will see the world's elite line up against each other in a bid to capture the most coveted prize in football - the World Cup. And that means goals, because goals are the key if a country want to be world-beaters... But what about the players not expected to light up the tournament with goals?
With the World Cup just over two weeks away, fans from each nation will be predicting their team's chances in the prestigious tournament. Tournament favourites Spain, Germany, Argentina and hosts Brazil are the teams on the lips of football fans when discussing who could lift the historic trophy. But what about the teams who are not considered to have much chance of winning?
José Mourinho believes Didier Drogba will return to Chelsea in the near future. Chris Foy's 8 Chelsea Red Cards: Is José
José Mourinho felt aggrieved by Chris Foy's decision to send off Willian - and then himself - during Chelsea's 1-0 defeat