Chelsea have confirmed today the departure of several players, and had confirmed the Premier League to publish the full list of players who have been left as a free agent after the termination of their contracts . These are the list of players whose services will no longer be available (a brave salute to them):
1. FLORENT MALOUDA
Joined on (from-for): 2007 (Lyon-£13.5 million)
Award: Players’ Player of the Year (2010)
Titles won: FA Cup(3), Community Shield, Premier league, Champions league.
Short say: Technically gifted and physically strong..
2. PAULO FERREIRA
Apps (subs): 167 (50)
Joined on (from-for): 2004 (Porto-£13.5 million)
Titles won: FA Cup(4), Premier league(3), Community Shield(2), League Cup(2), Champions league, Europa League
Short say: The most loyal player and an examples to others..
3. YOSSI BENAYOUN
Joined on (from-for): 2010 (Liverpool-£5 million)
Titles won: Champions league
Short say: Skilful, quick-thinking but was restricted due to injury..
4. ROSS TURNBULL
Apps (subs): 16 (3)
Joined on (from-for): 2009 (Middlesbrough-Free)
Titles won: FA Cup(2), Champions league, Europa League
Short say: Had a tough time with Cech being the main keeper..
5. HENRIQUE HILARIO
Apps (subs):20 (0)
Joined on (from-for): 2006 (Nacional-Free)
Titles won: FA Cup(2), Premier league, Community Shield, League Cup, Champions league, Europa League
Short say: Had a difficult time to crack into first-eleven..
6. Amin Affane
Amin Affane (Sweden, 1994) is an attacking midfielder who joined Chelsea in January 2010, after having played for Lärje-Angereds IF in Sweden. In August 2012 he was loaned to Roda JC until the end of the season, making the first part of the campaign very good, but after some problems with the leadership of the club had to leave before the transfer time in the Netherlands. Given that his contract ending soon, negotiated his departure free Energie Cottbus in May 2013.
7. Abdul Aziz Deen-Conteh
Abdul Aziz Deen-Conteh (Sierra Leone, 1993) joined the Chelsea Academy at age 13, from London’s Waterloo FC. Initially, in the Chelsea U16, its physical qualities enabled him to experience various positions within the field, which helped her appearances and stand out to be summoned to the lower of England. In season 2008/09 managed to take his first steps in the 18U Chelsea, but his progress was essential to sign his first professional contract with Chelsea in July 2010 and was promoted to the club’s reserves.Unfortunately his progress was steady during the season 2012/13, which led to Chelsea did not renew his contract was about to expire. He was part of the team that became champions of the FA Youth Cup in 2009/10 and the Premier Reserve League 2010/11.
8. Archange Nkumu
Archange Nkumu (England, 1993) is a defender who joined at Chelsea Academy with only 10 years. During his early years at the club stood out to accommodate both defensive lines as the center of the field, so he participated in several international competitions with the club bottom. Debuted still a schoolboy in the Reserves during the 2010/11 season, scoring his first goal on the road against Manchester United in April 2011. He had some trouble keeping his place in the middle of the field during the season U18 2011/12, but was part of the team that won the FA Youth Cup this season. It was loaned to Yeovil Town in the season 2012/13, where he played only eight minutes before returning to Chelsea, but for the second half of the season was on loan to Colchester United, but was unsuccessful.