Siondoki Chelsea; Malouda


Mchezaji mahiri wa Chelsea Florent Malouda amesisitiza kuwa bado atabaki Chelsea licha ya uvumi kuwa anataka kukimbilia ligi ya Italy  Serie A.

Hivi karibuni vilabu vikongwe vya AC Milan, Roma na Inter Milan vyote vya Italy vilionyesha nia ya kutaka kumsajili mchezaji huyo.

Minong’ono ya Malouda kutaka kuondoka ilianza pale Andre Villas-Boas alipochukua kama Bosi mpya wa Chelsea, lakini mchezaji huyo mwenye miaka 31 anaamini atacheza chini ya bosi mpya

“Mahusiano yangu na kocha mpya ni mazuri na mkataba wangu unamalizika mwaka 2013, na mi nataka kukaa mpaka 2014 angalao…” alisema Malouda alipoongea na The Express.

Aidha minong’ono inasema kuwa mchezaji wa  Arsenal Samir Nasri anatazamiwa pia kuhamia klabu Chelsea.

Malouda ameshachezea mechi 184 na amefunga magoli 42 tangu alipojiunga mwaka 2007.


Gonga hapo chini kumjua zaidi


Florent Johan Malouda born 13 June 1980 is a French footballer who plays as a left winger for Chelsea of the Premier League and for the French national team.
Malouda made his debut for France on 17 November 2004 in a match against Poland. He then became a squad regular, scoring his first goal for his country on May 31, 2005 against Hungary.
After playing almost throughout France’s qualifying campaign for the 2006 FIFA World Cup, Malouda earned a call up to the final squad. Malouda continued to play regularly in the tournament, where the French eventually lost on penalties to Italy in the final. He won a penalty for France in that game, which was converted by Zinédine Zidane. To date, Malouda has scored five goals in 63 appearances for the France national football team.
On June 22, 2010, during the 2010 World Cup, Malouda scored a goal during the match against host nation South Africa, which ended in a 2–1 defeat in favour of Bafana Bafana.It was the only goal scored by France during their campaign in the group stage before they were eliminated in last place, having drawn 0–0 with Uruguay, and losing 2–0 to Mexico. Malouda also played in the final game scoring to pull one back to make it 1–2 but they still lost to South Africa On September 3, 2010, Malouda was handed the captain’s armband in France’s first Euro 2012 qualifier against Belarus, while a five-game suspension was being served by the previous captain, Patrice Evra. France went on to lose the match 1–0.

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