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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 Palace35(6)

2003France U191(0)
2003–Morocco63(17)

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Marouane Chamakh : Crystal Palace News
“Just like any other manager, Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has made some signings that have baffled all football followers. The recruitment of Marouane Chamakh is one of them.”
 Here Is The City  Yesterday
“MAROUANE Chamakh is the only doubt for Crystal Palace’s match against Burnley tomorrow. Boss Neil Warnock has revealed all of international players have come back unscathed and is targeting three points on his return to Selhurst Park.”
 Croydon Advertiser  Yesterday
“NEIL Warnock has admitted that his return to Crystal Palace is a chance to show that he is Yannick Bolasie and Wilfried. "I'm disappointed Marouane Chamakh got injured. I went with young [Dwight] Gayle at the weekend.”
 South London  Yesterday
“The Premier League's bottom two face off at Selhurst Park at 3PM on Saturday, with both sides looking for their first win of the season Crystal Palace and Burnley have to sweat on the fitness of Marouane Chamakh, who is struggling with a hamstring”
 VAVEL  Yesterday
“Marouane Chamakh is ruled out with a hamstring injury but Joe Ledley is available again after coming on as a substitute for Wales' win over Andorra on Tuesday.”
 The Daily Express  Yesterday
“Crystal Palace Kevin Doyle, James McArthur and Zeki Fryers are in contention for debut, while Andrew Johnson isn’t ready yet. Marouane Chamakh is sidelined a hamstring injury but Joe Ledley is availavle after recovering from injury.”
 pakistantribune.com.pk  Today
“Palace are without Marouane Chamakh, but newcomers Kevin Doyle Burnley's three deadline day signings all come into contention at Crystal Palace, although Sean Dyche has hinted that Nathaniel Chalobah and Michael Keane are unlikely to be thrust straight”
 Daily Telegraph  Yesterday
“Crystal Palace skipper Mile Jedinak has his sights set on and Pulis has also secured the long-term services of Marouane Chamakh after a successful first season at Selhurst Park.”
 Streatham Guardian  Yesterday
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
    Wayne Hennessey Julian Speroni
    Lewis Price Chris Kettings
    Defenders
    Scott Dann Brede Hangeland
    Peter Ramage Damien Delaney
    Patrick McCarthy Zeki Fryers
    Martin Kelly Joel Ward
    Adrian Mariappa
    Midfielders
    Jimmy Kebe Wilfried Zaha
    Jason Puncheon Jerome Thomas
    Jonathan Williams Yala Bolasie
    Stuart O'Keefe Joe Ledley
    Mile Jedinak James McArthur
    Barry Bannan Adlene Guedioura
    Forwards
    Kevin Doyle Andy Johnson
    Marouane Chamakh Fraizer Campbell
    Dwight Gayle
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