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Profile of the Moroccan footballer Marouane Chamakh, who currently plays as a forward at Crystal Palace. The 30-year old player Chamakh joined Crystal Palace from Arsenal and wears the number 29 shirt.

Marouane Chamakh
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        (Squad number 29)

Morocco Morocco

Marouane Chamakh Career
2002–2010Bordeaux230(56)
2010–2013Arsenal40(8)
2013West Ham United (loan)3(0)
2013–Crystal Palace49(6)

2003France U191(0)
2003–Morocco64(18)

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Marouane Chamakh : Crystal Palace News
“Crystal Palace: Hennessey (6); Ward (7), Dann (7), Hangeland (7), Souare (7); Zaha (7), Jedinak(7), McArthur (6),Bolasie (6); Puncheon (7); Chamakh (7). Used subs: Mutch (6), Murray (7), Campbell (6).”
 Football365  Yesterday
“SWANSEA City slipped to a low-key defeat at Crystal Palace in their final match of the season. Marouane Chamakh struck the only goal of the game just before the hour and then went off with a hamstring injury.”
 SouthWalesEveningPost  Yesterday
“Marouane Chamakh stabbed home the winner after combining with Scott Dann in the 58th minute to set a points record in the competition for the Eagles.”
 The Daily Express  2 days ago
“Crystal Palace secured a top-half finish after beating Swansea on the final day. Marouane Chamakh scored the winner as Palace ended the season in 10th place and with 48 points, their best ever points tally in the Premier League.”
 London Evening Standard  2 days ago
“A six yard strike from Marouane Chamakh earned Crystal Palace their final three points of the season against a disappointing Swansea City side.”
 VAVEL  2 days ago
“Marouane Chamakh fired a rare goal to complete Alan Pardew's fairytale return to Crystal Palace, but it was a bitter-sweet experience for the Moroccan forward.”
 Sport.co.uk  2 days ago
“A Marouane Chamakh goal was all that was needed to ensure Palace finished in the top half of the top-flight for the first time since 1992 after they beat Swansea City to enjoy a perfect end to a superb season.”
 Official Crystal Palace Website  2 days ago
“A second-half goal from Marouane Chamakh has handed Crystal Palace a 1-0 win over Swansea City on the final day of the Premier League season.”
 Sports Mole  2 days ago
Marouane Chamakh Career Honours
  • Ligue 1: 2008–09
  • Coupe de la Ligue: 2007, 2009
  • Trophee des champions: 2008, 2009
  • Africa Cup of Nations Second Place 2004
  • Ligue 1 Team of the Year: 2009–10

    Source: wikipedia.org

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    Goalkeepers
    Chris Kettings Julian Speroni
    Wayne Hennessey
    Defenders
    Martin Kelly Joel Ward
    Adrian Mariappa Jerome Williams
    Damien Delaney Zeki Fryers
    Brede Hangeland Scott Dann
    Midfielders
    Jimmy Kebe Jason Puncheon
    Jerome Thomas Wilfried Zaha
    James McArthur Joe Ledley
    Mile Jedinak Barry Bannan
    Adlene Guedioura Stuart O'Keefe
    Yala Bolasie
    Forwards
    Andy Johnson Kevin Doyle
    Marouane Chamakh Fraizer Campbell
    Dwight Gayle
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