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Profile of the Moroccan footballer Marouane Chamakh, who currently plays as a forward at Crystal Palace. The 32-year old player Chamakh joined Crystal Palace from 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 Palace50(7)

2003France U191(0)
2003–Morocco64(18)

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Marouane Chamakh : Crystal Palace News
“Steve Parish says he does not know how Marouane Fellaini stays on the pitch after committing which United eventually won 2-1.”
 This is Local London 4 days ago
“Louis Van Gaal has made two changes to his team for the FA Cup final. Marouane Fellaini is set to start after missing three games through suspension while Jesse Lingard has been dropped to the bench.”
 Daily Post 6 days ago
“Manchester United have announced their starting line-up and substitutes to take on Crystal Palace in the FA Cup final at Wembley Michael Carrick is in the centre of the park with Marouane Fellaini, who returns from his suspension.”
 Inside Futbol 6 days ago
“A view of Wembley Way ahead of the FA Cup final Getty Marouane Fellaini returns from suspension to while Memphis Depay is left out of the squad completely.”
 The Independent 6 days ago
“And fans of the Old Trafford side are furious at their manager for starting the likes of Marouane Fellaini and Marcos Rojo.”
 Daily Star 6 days ago
“Marouane Fellaini has been named in Manchester United's starting lineup for this evening's FA Cup final clash against Crystal Palace. The Belgium international returns from a three-game ban to take his place in a side showing two changes from last time out.”
 Sports Mole 6 days ago
“Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini is hoping to get his hands on his first trophy in English football when his side meet Crystal Palace in the FA Cup final at Wembley.”
 Daily Mail 6 days ago
“One of the most exciting days on the English footballing calendar has arrived as Crystal Palace take on Manchester United at a fully recovery from a slight hamstring injury, but Marouane Chamakh is out with an adductor injury.”
 Bleacher Report 6 days ago
“‘I think we can win, and this group of players think they can win’ Alan Pardew believes Crystal Palace are better placed Then it breaks up: Marouane Chamakh might not be here; Brede Hangeland and Adrian Mariappa are out of contract; Emmanuel”
 The Guardian 7 days ago
“Manchester United will go in search of their first FA Cup trophy since 2004 when they face Crystal Palace in the final at Wembley on But there are no returns for Joe Ledley or Marouane Chamakh, who miss out with a broken leg and adductor injury”
 Female First 7 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

    Marouane Chamakh Wiki, Stats & Links
    Goalkeepers
    Julian Speroni Wayne Hennessey
    Alex McCarthy
    Defenders
    Martin Kelly Joel Ward
    Zeki Fryers Pape Souare
    Patrick McCarthy Brede Hangeland
    Damien Delaney Adrian Mariappa
    Scott Dann
    Midfielders
    Yannick Bolasie Chung-Yong Lee
    Jason Puncheon Wilfried Zaha
    Bakary Sako Joe Ledley
    Jordon Mutch Mile Jedinak
    James McArthur Yohan Cabaye
    Forwards
    Marouane Chamakh Emmanuel Adebayor
    Dwight Gayle Fraizer Campbell
    Connor Wickham Kwesi Appiah