File - Drogba will share the pitch with the Blues for the first time since winning the Champions League trophy in 2012.
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Galatasaray's Didier Drogba will be full of emotions when he strides out to face former club Chelsea Wednesday, but Jose Mourinho knows the striker will be as clinical as ever on the field.The 35-year-old, who media reports say could return to the London club as striker coach, is Chelsea's record European scorer with 34 goals in 69 games.Drogba moved to Chelsea in 2004, Mourinho's first season, and stayed after the Portuguese departed in 2007 .Mourinho, who rejoined Chelsea in the close season, has already experienced playing against Drogba in the Champions League.Galatasaray manager Roberto Mancini, who is no stranger to Premier League side Chelsea after coaching Manchester City for four seasons before joining the Istanbul club last September, was not too optimistic about his side's fate.
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