John Terry and Didier Drogba have both been mentioned as the best players  during Frank Lampard’s professional football career in the colours of club and country.



In an interview with Manchester United legend Gary Neville on Sky Sports, Lampard was asked to name the best player he played alongsidefor club or country and he was unable to separate Didier Drogba and John Terry. The Chelsea legend told Neville that he would rather stick with the two names than pick one. According to him,he has to share the accolade between Didier Drogba and John Terry. Lampard said that Ivorian football legend Drogba was the man for the big occasion while they were together at Chelsea and that Terry was the leader and that he drove the dressing room.

Lampard, Terry and Drogba shared the same dressing room at Chelsea for many years, winning several major trophies together including three Premier League titles and the 2011/12 Champions League title.

Terry and Lampard have transitioned into management seamlessly, while Drogba is really get to give football management a thought.

Lampard got his first managerial job at English Championship side Derby County and he almost masterminded their ascent to the Premier League. At the end of the 2018/19 Championship, Lampard led the Rams to the Championship playoff final before they were beaten by Aston Villa. He was given the Chelsea job afterwards and the former Chelsea midfielder led the West London giants to a fourth-placed finish in his first season in charge. Lampard was then sacked in the middle of last season after a poor run of results and replaced by the current manager Thomas Tuchel.

On his part, Terry left his role as the assistant manager to then Villa boss Dean Smith at the start of the season as he wanted to concentrate on being a manager.