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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 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 Palace50(7)

2003France U191(0)
2003–Morocco64(18)

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Marouane Chamakh : Crystal Palace News
“CRYSTAL Palace have signed striker Emmanuel Adebayor on a free Strikers Fraizer Campbell, Dwight Gayle, Connor Wickham and Marouane Chamakh have managed just one league goal between them so far.”
 New Zimbabwe 11 days ago
“Crystal Palace have signed striker Emmanuel Adebayor on a free Strikers Fraizer Campbell, Dwight Gayle, Connor Wickham and Marouane Chamakh have managed just one league goal between them so far.”
 BBC 12 days ago
“Crystal Palace have signed Emmanuel Adebayor on a free transfer Palace’s crop of strikers – Connor Wickham, Dwight Gayle, Marouane Chamakh and Fraizer Campbell – have yet to score a Premier League goal from open play this season.”
 Caught Offside 12 days ago
“Photograph: Mike Egerton/PA Emmanuel Adebayor has returned to the Premier League after signing a contract with Crystal Palace initially a three-match ban Dwight Gayle and Marouane Chamakh featured for Palace’s Under-21s on Monday but the senior”
 The Guardian 12 days ago
“Wickham has only scored once since his £9million transfer from Sunderland in the summer and Palace’s other strikers - Dwight Gayle, Frazier Campbell and Marouane Chamakh -have all struggled for goals.”
 The Daily Express 12 days ago
“Making his FYP debut is Jay Crame, editor of The Eagles Beak, on why the former Spurs man could be perfect for Palace.”
 fypfanzine.uk 12 days ago
“Emmanuel Adebayor has scored goals wherever he has gone and Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew hopes that trend will continue. On Tuesday it was announced by the club that Adebayor, 31, has signed a deal with the Eagles until the end of this season.”
 NBC Sports 12 days ago
“New signing Emmanuel Adebayor has vowed to score the goals that fire Crystal Palace to a top get to where we want to get to.”
 CITY A.M. 12 days ago
“Palace's goal against Spurs on Saturday was scored by Jan Vertonghen, putting past his own keeper, and Alan Pardew is desperate to bring someone in.”
 The Daily Express 13 days ago
“Palace nearly ended their long wait for a victory in the Professional Development League 2 but two late goals for Millwall ensured the spoils were shared.”
 Official Crystal Palace Website 13 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
    Alex McCarthy Julian Speroni
    Wayne Hennessey
    Defenders
    Joel Ward Martin Kelly
    Zeki Fryers Pape Souare
    Patrick McCarthy Damien Delaney
    Brede Hangeland Adrian Mariappa
    Scott Dann
    Midfielders
    Yala Bolasie Chung-Yong Lee
    Jason Puncheon Wilfried Zaha
    Bakary Sako Jonathan Williams
    Joe Ledley Jordon Mutch
    Mile Jedinak James McArthur
    Yohan Cabaye
    Forwards
    Marouane Chamakh Fraizer Campbell
    Dwight Gayle Connor Wickham
    Kwesi Appiah