JOHN TERRY revealed a mystery bike in the Chelsea dressing room was the crucial secret to Didier Drogba’s goalscoring. The Ivorian striker played a huge part in the Blues’ success with his 164 goals across two spells at Stamford Bridge. That included the iconic header in the 2012 Champions League final as the West London giants were crowned Kings of Europe. But his former skipper and team-mate Terry revealed the bicycle got the wheels going for Drogba and Chelsea . Playing a version of Guess Who with Claude Makelele, the duo got chatting about superstitious players – and the tale of the pedals came to mind. JT said: “So out of nowhere this bike just appeared in the dressing room. READ MORE CHELSEA NEWS ITALIAN JOB Chelsea eyeing move for AC Milan man Bennacer but facing fight with Liverpool BIG DEALS How to get free bets on football – the best bookies to claim rewards and bonuses ” Didier starts scoring, we keep winning and nobody could touch this bike. “No one knows where it came from. “It might still be there, I don’t know!” Terry had plenty of his own superstitions during his illustrious playing career – adding more… Read full this story
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