ANCELOTTI AIMS TO GO FOURTH
Carlo Ancelotti insisted Chelsea remained on program to end in the Premier League top four as he defended his choice to drop Didier Drogba in tonight’s goalless west London derby.
Carlo Ancelotti upbeat regardless of lacklustre Fernando Torres show
“Possibly in the following game we will use equally,” he mentioned, before explaining his reasons for leaving out Drogba yesterday. “We wished to have much more management of the pitch in this game,” he added.
BAIRD UNFAZED BY TORRES Problem
Torres will play alongside Drogba. Chris Baird insists Fulham will have no dread of Chelsea striker Fernando Torres in Monday night’s west London derby at Craven Cottage.