Moyes under fire, Drogba returns to Chelsea, more CL storylines

Monday March 17th, 2014
David Moyes' detractors continue to get louder after Manchester United's 3-0 loss to Liverpool on Sunday.
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While Drogba was fairly quiet in the first leg -- though his dangerous header forced the corner from which Galatasaray scored -- his habit of rising to the big occasion as well as his current run of form, which is better in terms of goals-per-game than it was in his final season at Chelsea, ensure that this might not be a comfortable fixture for the host. Chelsea is still tipped to progress, but Drogba won't disappear quietly.

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