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Carlo has yet to figure out how to properly utilize Fernando "El Nino" Torres and Didier Drogba on the pitch at the same time, if it's even possible.
One is withdrawn out wide and the other often has to retreat deep in the midfield to retain possession. Both want to play central and spear-head the attack(as they have both have become accustomed to in their careers) but have been lack-luster together.
The three striker formation has not been effective—the Liverpool game serves as a prime example.
Drogba has scored 141 goals in 239 starts for the Blues up front. Even though Torres just cost Roman Abramovich £50 million a few weeks ago, Carlo needs to remember how vital and productive Drogba has been for the last six years. Plus, he's outscored Torres in the last two seasons by a 12-goal margin.
I'm not writing off Torres in that he's incapable of playing with Drogba. It is, however, a dilemma that needs to be resolved quickly.
They are two of the best strikers in world football, and both need to be on the pitch.