Norwich City became the sixth team to concede at least 7 goals against Chelsea in the Premier League as the Canaries fell to a 7-0 defeat against the blues on Saturday. Here are the six teams Chelsea have scored 7 or more goals against in the Premier League era.
In Ancient times people are supposed to represent their hometowns which is also their father's country but the world has changed and people are allowed to represent either their hometown, place of birth, mother's country, or even become a citizen of any country of their choice.
The Champions League group stage took place today and all the 32 teams that qualified for this season's competition now know the teams they will be facing in home and away fixtures from this month being October till December when the last group stage fixtures will be played. For the draw UEFA chose two former Chelsea players Didier Drogba and Florent Malouda to be the ones to randomly pick and open the balls which concealed the names of every team in the draw as they were placed in various groups. At the end
Florent Malouda, in his playing days, was a very good winger who mostly played on the left of attacks.He was very good technically and he also was a good goal scorer.
France international and former Chelsea star, Florent Johan Malouda has today been celebrated by the World Football governing body known as FIFA after adding another year on Earth. Florent Malouda was born on this day 13th June, 1980 at Cayenne French Guiana and as such means he is celebrating his 41st remarkable birthday today.
Chelsea legend, Florent Malouda clocks 40, check out his new look and what he's now doing for living
Chelsea took to their social media handle to celebrate former player Florent Malouda who turns 40 today, Saturday June 13 2020. The former French international spent the better part of his career with the London side, winning premier league titles, English FA Cup and other important competitions before leaving the club. Malouda arrived Chelsea after winning four consecutive Ligue 1 titles with his former club Lyon in 2007 and went on to established himself as the best left winger in the premier. Howev
The most beautiful thing about soccer is the Goals, every other aspect like tackles, flairs, saves does not generate much waves of joy like putting the ball in the back of the net. In scoring goals, there have been good lone strikers who plays alone up field and virtually does all the scoring for the team then there is two up front partnership between number eight and nine which looks more exciting and rewarding than lone strikers. Ultimately there is the front three partnership, where three attacking players
We have already seen the likes of some world-class players like Drogba, Lucio, and Florent Malouda, who are still playing even in their 40s. But it is not just the physical fitness that drives them to play their game well but the passion. There are some others who have decided to hang their boots even if they were still at their prime. But why so early? All in all, here are the top 5 world class footballers who retired early. 5. Didier Deschamps – 32 years Didier Claude Deschamps (born 15 October 1968) is
The infamous 2009 champions league semi final game between Chelsea and Barca is yet to get off the memory of most Chelsea fans as they deserved to reach the final. Did Dani Alves Body-Check Florent Malouda? In the 23rd minute, Florent Malouda broke free down the left side. Dani Alves closed as Malouda hit the intersection of the endline and the area. The Chelsea man cut the ball back and collapsed on contact with Alves. Ovrebo blew for the foul, but placed it just outside the area. Analysis: Alves did inde
In this article we will be writing briefly about the Chelsea former wingers Chelsea is an English-based professional football club, they compete in the English premier league's top flight, and over the years Chelsea has had a decent number of talented wingers playing for them.
We have already seen the likes of some world-class players like Drogba, Lucio, and Florent Malouda, who are still playing even in their 40s. But it is not just the physical fitness that drives them to play their game well but the passion. There are some others who have decided to hang their boots even if they were still at their prime. But why so early? All in all, here are the top 5 world class footballers who retired early. Didier Deschamps – 32 years Often considered by many as one of the greatest French
Florent Malouda is a French football coach and former professional player. A left winger, he spent most of his career at Lyon and Chelsea, winning four consecutive Ligue 1 titles with the former and the UEFA Champions League in 2012 with the latter, among other honours. He was born on 13th June 1980 ( age 40 years), in Cayenne, French Guiana. Florent Malouda having played most of his professional football at Chelsea Football Club of England and for the French national team, he is considered to be a very good
Florent Johan Malouda is a French football player, businessman and a coach. He is now UEFA ambassador. He played as a left winger, he spent most of his career at Lyon and Chelsea. He won four straight Ligue 1 titles and the UEFA Champions League in Lyon, 2012. Florent Johan Malouda is a professional footballer. He is one of the greatest legend Chelsea has ever provided, he played spent most of his careers in Chelsea more than others club he played. Florence Malouda has played in nine different clubs, including;
UEFA have just concluded the group stage draws for the 2020/21 URFA Champions League. Former Chelsea players Didier Drogba - who won the President's award - and Florent Malouda were at the thick of the selection, as the groupings were made in Geneva, Switzerland. At the end, some interesting groupings were reached. Chelsea got a reasonably good draw, with Sevilla perhaps the only tough team in their group. Same applied to Manchester City, who drew Porto, Olympiacis and Marseille, while Liverpool got a tricky
Recently, it will seem an impossibility for a player to play for two national teams at senior level, especially with the new FIFA rule which forbids that. However, there are players who have played for two or more senior national teams. Let us take a look at some of them 1. Ferenc Puskas: The legendary goalscorer played for Spain in the 1962 World Cup and also played for Hungary. In fact, he scored 84 goals in 85 games for Hungary 2. Nacer Chadli: He played for Morroco and later played for Belgium 3. Thiago
Some fans on social media are thanking two Chelsea legends as they could recounts their impact when they were still playing at the club and how they also helped the London side to secure a better group in the Champions League this season. Uefa has released their final result for this season's champions League draw. Chelsea FC were paired alongside the likes of Sevilla, Krasnodar, and Rennes in 'Group E'. This Chelsea's group is considered as one of the easiest group after that of Manchester City's FC. Meanwhile
Arsenal were held to a goalless draw at Elland road by Leeds United in a much heated cracker as the host had several of their balls hit the crossbar. Arsenal were forced to play the last 40 minutes of the game with ten men after Nicolas Pepe was sent off in the 50th minute after he head but Leeds United Alioski. The Gunners struggled thereafter as the host kept pressing for a winner but the visitors were lucky to go home with a single point. Most fans were furious about what Pepe did and here are some of their
As football fans and lovers, we often grow accustomed to footballers in vogue are are excelling at present time. However, there are some football players who have once grace the game at the highest level and has put smile on our face before, with there determination and sheer passion for the game, but can no longer do it at the highest level. Football fans all over the world, tend to forget this ones as their time goes by but they are yet to give up on football and are still doing great in the sport. Below are
Remember Florent Malouda, See Photos Of How He Looks Now. Florent Malouda is a French football coach and former professional player who plays as a left winger during his playing time. He was born on 13th June 1980 (age 40 years), Cayenne in French Guiana. Florent Malouda who was born in Cayenne in French Guiana started his football career during his youth were he played for AJ Saint-Georges. Florent Malouda has also played football for many big clubs which includes, Châteauroux, Guingamp, Lyon, Chelsea, Trabzonspor,
In this article, I am going to share with you amazing photos of 20 famous football players with Cornrows Hairstyles. Lets get started 1. Raphael Varane with the Cornrow Hairstyle 2. David James with the Cornrow Hairstyle 3. Florent Malouda with the Cornrow Hairstyle 4. Anderson Olivieri with the Cornrow Hairstyle 5. Serge Aurier with the Cornrow Hairstyle 6. Glen Johnson with the Cornrow Hairstyle 7. Marouane Fellaini with the Cornrow Hairstyle 8. Philippe Mexes with the Cornrow Hairstyle 9. Sergio Romero with