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Didier Drogba and Florent Malouda Forming Rock Band

May 6, 2010 (9:16 am) GMT
The soccer aces do not only excel on the green field but also musically, forming a rock band with two other Chelsea players.
Didier Drogba and Florent Malouda Forming Rock Band

Claimed as the "biggest music news to come out of football world", soccer stars and Florent Malouda are forming a rock band. The Chelsea teammates have no name for the band yet since they are "just at the beginning of the process and trying to start something special."

Drogba, who received a bass guitar from pal , would be the bassist while Malouda sits behind the drum set. Their vocalists are none other than fellow Chelsea players, and Joe Cole. "We have good singers in the dressing room but JT and Joe are the best," Malouda gushed.

Roughly, their band would sound like . "I went to Wembley to see Coldplay and it was one of the greatest shows I have ever seen," Malouda recalled. "I enjoy live music and going to concerts and shows. I love bands who rock the crowd."

The players may have to shift the focus on the upcoming world cup in South Africa first before going full throttle with the music project. The sports event will kick off June 11. "When we are ready, we will show you the results," Malouda said about the band's debut.

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