Malouda still unhappy with manner of Ancelotti Chelsea sacking

Florent Malouda still has sympathy for Carlo Ancelotti over his Chelsea sacking.

Florent Malouda still has sympathy for Carlo Ancelotti over his Chelsea sacking.

Andre Villas-Boas succeeded Ancelotti but France midfielder Malouda reckons his old boss should have stayed put.

Malouda, who hit the winner against West Bromwich Albion on Saturday, said: "We won the Double and then Carlo gets fired. It wouldn't happen to Alex Ferguson.

"But I like the new manager and hope he sticks around. We need consistency."

Malouda also hailed the £26million capture of Juan Mata from Valencia, adding: "He'll be a good addition."

 
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