Arsen Zakharyan prepared to make move which would help Todd Boehly seal first Chelsea January transfer signing. The Russian youngster was close to sealing his dream Chelsea transfer in the summer but the FA stopped the move from going through due to the ongoing crisis between Vladimir Putin’s country and neighbours Ukraine. It is understood that Chelsea and Boehly will try again to seal the signing of the exciting 19-year-old in one of the upcoming transfer windows and the player in question himself is prepared to do something which should speed up the whole move, maybe in time for January.
Arsen Zakharyan is considering requesting Armenian citizenship. This is almost certainly due to his potential transfer in January. However, there is also a chance that FIFA could make an exception and let him represent the Armenia national team instead of Russia. It is likely that Zakharyan would follow Cesare Casadei’s path in playing for the academy upon arrival rather than being sent out on loan elsewhere, with the club keen for young stars who don’t speak English to learn the language and culture before making the eventual step up. Continue reading “MALOUDA TIPS TODD BOEHLY TO SEAL FIRST JANUARY SIGNING AS SOON AS POSSIBLE”
Florent Malouda played professional football for Chateauroux and Guingamp in the French league before he signed for Lyon in 2003. His performances for Guingamp during the 2002/03 season prompted Lyon to sign him. Florent Malouda was added to a strong Lyon squad which had just won the 2002/03 league title in the French top flight. The Lyon squad had players such as Michael Essien, Juninho, MahmadouDiarra and Gregory Coupet. Malouda was able to establish himself on the left side of the Lyon attack.
Malouda had not played a game for the French senior national team until he signed for Lyon. He was given his debut in the Les Blues team over a year after his transfer to Lyon. One of his best games in a Lyon shirt came against Real Madrid in the UEFA Champions League during the 2006/07 season as he was named the best player. Continue reading “MALOUDA: LYON CAREER IN SUMMARY”
Retired French international FlorentMaloudabagged six titles during his time at Chelsea including the Champions League in 2012. Apart from the Champions League, he won one Premier League title, the Community Shield and three FA Cups.
FlorentMalouda had earlier been part of the Chelsea squad that lost to Premier League rivals Manchester United on penalties in the 2008 Champions League final in Moscow. Malouda and his teammates were beaten on penalties with Frenchman Nicholas Anelka missing the crucial spot kick for the Blues after the two teams played 1-1 at the end of extra time. Continue reading “MALOUDA: 2012 UCL FINAL IN FOCUS”
Frenchman FlorentMalouda would certainly have been left disappointed after his UEFA Champions League (UCL) prediction was turned on its head thanks to Paris Saint Germain (PSG) and their monumental collapse at Real Madrid in the second leg of their last 16 tie earlier this month.
In a recent chat with Genting Casino, FlorentMalouda had mentioned PSG as a strong opposition to Chelsea and their quest to win the Champions League title for the second successive season. The Blues had won the competition for the second time last season by beating Premier League rivals Manchester City by a lone goal. German international Kai Havertz was the matchwinner in that final after he scored the only goal of the game in the first half. Continue reading “PSG: MALOUDA INCORRECT WITH UCL PREDICTION”
Frenchman FlorentMalouda has advised former club Chelsea to target qualityrather than quantity in their quest to sign players. FlorentMalouda talked about Chelsea and potential signings in a chat with William Hill as he mentioned four players that could improve the current crop of players.
FlorentMaloudais a former Chelsea winger who made more than 220 appearances for the West London club and also won several titles during his time at Stamford Bridge. The retired French international was part of the Chelsea team that won the Champions League title for the first time at the end of the 2011/12 season. In addition to the Champions League title, Malouda also won three FA Cup titles and the 2009/10 Premier League title during his time with Chelsea. Continue reading “MALOUDA ADVISES CHELSEA ON POTENTIAL SIGNINGS”
FlorentMalouda had two FIFA World Cup tournaments and two Euro tournaments on his CV before he announced his retirement from French senior national team. He had made his France debut against Poland on November 17, 2004.
Malouda was unfortunate not to win any trophy with France after he was in the team that lost the 2006 FIFA World Cup final to Italy on penalties. The World Cup tournament in Germany was one of the aforementioned two World Cup tournaments. FlorentMalouda was a regular for France on the way to losing the World Cup title to the Italians in Germany after normal time and extra time ended in a 1-1 draw.Malouda was fouled for the penalty scored by Zinedine Zidane for the only goal of the final for his team. Continue reading “MALOUDA: FRANCE TROPHY HAUL EXAMINED”
Frenchman Florent Malouda won a lot of trophies during his time at Lyon. He signed for Lyon from fellow French side Guingamp in 2003. Florent Malouda then spent four years at Lyon before swapping French Ligue 1 for the Premier League in 2007.
Florent Malouda won four successive league titles at Lyon from 2003 to 2007. In summary, he won the French Ligue 1 title in each of his four seasons at Lyon. In addition, he was part of the Lyon team that won the French Super Cup on three occasions. In total, the ex-France national team winger won seven major trophies during his time with the French Ligue 1 giants. While he was at Lyon, Malouda scored 25 goals in 138 league games from his position on the wings. Continue reading “MALOUDA: LYON MAJOR HONOURS UNVEILED”
The Chelsea players, FlorentMalouda inclusive, were involved in the biggest game of their career with the 2012 UEFA Champions League final and it was now or never for the experienced players in the Chelsea team under the managerial era of former player, Roberto Di Matteo.
Chelsea saw off the likes of Portuguese giants Benfica, Italian Serie A club Napoli and Spanish La Liga heavyweights Barcelona in dramatic fashion before sealing a final meeting with German Bundesliga club Bayern Munich who were also the hosts for the final. On their part, Bayern Munich saw off FC Basel of Switzerland, French giants Marseille and Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid to book their place in the final. Continue reading “MALOUDA: 2012 CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FINAL REVIEWED”
FlorentMalouda spent three years at French club Guingamp for a period of three years between 2000 and 2003 netting 15 goals in 82 games in the league in the process. The Frenchman signed for Guingamp from his first professional club, Chateauroux. FlorentMalouda was in the youth system at Chateauroux before he was promoted to the first team in 1996.Maloudahad earlier attracted the interest of scouts from the Paris-based club whom he joined in 1995.
Malouda had to leave Cayenne, French Guiana, where he was born to study and play his football in Paris, the French capital. The ex-French national team player made his debut for Chateauroux in French Ligue 2 in 1996 and he went on to represent the club 57 times before moving to Guingamp. Continue reading “MALOUDA: GUINGAMP CAREER REVEALED”
Retired French international FlorentMalouda spent a lot of his club career in the colours of Olympique Lyon in France and Premier League giants Chelsea. FlorentMalouda spent a combined total of ten years representing Lyon and Chelsea.
Malouda had played professional football for both Chateauroux and Guingamp in France before his Lyon career started in 2003. The left winger was part of the successful Lyon era. He won the French Ligue 1 title in each of his four seasons at Lyon. Continue reading “FLORENT MALOUDA: CLUB CAREER EXAMINED”