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(From Nottingham Evening Post)
Byline: Kenny Burns
DURING all of Andre Villas-Boas' doomed tenure of Chelsea, there was talk of player power ruling at Stamford Bridge.
The longer his reign went on, the bigger the divide became between players and manager.
And when the likes of Frank Lampard found himself out of the team, nobody liked it, not least the player himself.
The Old Guard, the likes of Lampard, John Terry and Didier Drogba, ruled. Or so it appeared. And last week, the three them came to the fore on the pitch to score the goals that sent their Champions League tie to extra time. They were 3-1 down after the first leg in Napoli, …