2. Didier Drogba | Galatasaray
Wherever Didier Drogba plays, he is loved.
Not only is he a big character but he also can't help but score a shed load of goals while running himself to the ground with each and every game.
The natural leader of men won the Champions League final for Chelsea single-handed, scoring the equaliser before holding his nerve with the winning penalty in the shoot-out.
He left with Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich keen to usher in a new generation but the Ivorian has since proved he had plenty of miles still in the tank.