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Chelsea Flop Linked

FLORENT Malouda has been linked with W12 - would you want him? I have my views.

Mark Hughes was lambasted for his wasteful signings, mercenaries if you will, that he failed to organised and mould into a hard-working, Premier League worthy, unit.

His signing of Jose Bosingwa is certain to hamper the club for a while to come, with the defender a genuinely poisonous influence on the club and its ambitions.

Malouda, linked today in the media, is of the same ilk to my mind. A player that has turned it on infrequently, when he most feels like it, and has found himself on the sidelines in SW6.

The Frenchman, who has made 80 appearances for his country, was not selected in Chelsea's 25-man squad and thus is yet to make an appearance this season.

Chelsea paid 13m for the winger who signed in 2007, but with the 32-year-old failing to get a game at Stamford Bridge, the January link with QPR was rather inevitable.

Surely QPR have learned from their mistakes in this regard..




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Writer: Boxer Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday January 21 2013

Time: 12:53PM

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PLEASE TAKE HIM!!!!
austriablue
Take him please. You never know; there might still be a will to prove himself as he's been out for a while. Without an eagerness he is finished.
1970Blue
We don't want any more Chelsea mercenaries. Bosingwa is a disgrace, and I can't help but think Malouda is of the same ilk. When interested can be a decent player, when disinterested he adds another zero onto a frankly farcical and unsustainable wage bill. NOT INTERESTED.
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