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Profile of the Nigerian footballer Peter Odemwingie, who currently plays as a midfielder at Stoke City. The 34-year old player Odemwingie joined Stoke from Cardiff City and wears the number 9 shirt.

Peter Odemwingie
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        (Squad number 9)

Nigeria Nigeria

Peter Odemwingie Career
2000–2002Bendel Insurance53(19)
2002–2004La Louviere44(9)
2004–2007Lille75(23)
2007–2010Lokomotiv Moscow75(21)
2010–2013West Bromwich Albion87(30)
2013–2014Cardiff City15(1)
2014–Stoke City22(5)

2002–Nigeria65(11)
2008Nigeria Olympic Team6(1)

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Peter Odemwingie : Stoke City News
“FRINGE first-teamers Stephen Ireland and Peter Odemwingie have been told they may yet have a long-term future at Stoke City.”
 TheSentinel 2 days ago
“Stoke City squad players Stephen Ireland and Peter Odemwingie could still earn new deals at the Britannia Stadium, according to boss Mark Hughes.”
 Ghana Soccemet 2 days ago
“Neil Jones and the rest of the team will be with you today from 7am to ensure constant coverage of all things EFC, including news, great photos, nostalgia, live interviews and much more.”
 Liverpool Echo 3 days ago
“Stoke City FC: Butland, Johnson, Wollschied, Muniesa, Pieters, Afellay(Ireland min.62), Whelan, Imbula, Shaqiri(odemwingie (min players Xherdan Shaqiri and Mame Biram Diouf as targets.”
 VAVEL 5 days ago
“Stoke's £18.3m midfielder did pretty well on his debut Mark Hughes made a double change just after the hour as Stephen Ireland and Peter Odemwingie came on for Ibrahim Afellay and Shaqiri in a desperate attempt to shake things up.”
 TheSentinel 5 days ago
“STOKE: Butland; Johnson, Wollscheid, Muniesa, Pieters; Shaqiri (Odemwingie 61), Whelan, Imbula, Afellay (Ireland 61), Arnautovic (Joselu 76); Diouf.”
 The Daily Express 5 days ago
“Everton registered back-to-back Barclays Premier League wins for the first time this season as a first-half blitz steered them to a 3-0 triumph over Stoke at a rain-lashed Britannia Stadium.”
 Wiltshire Business 5 days ago
“Lennon just went on a sensational run and almost created another for Rom. He’s been sensational today. Stoke’s back four can’t live with his pace and trickery.”
 Liverpool Echo 5 days ago
“Things could have been even worse after the break for a lacklustre Stoke side, with the efforts of their goalkeeper Jack Butland - including tipping a Lukaku header onto the bar - key in ensuring they sustained no further damage.”
 Footy Mad 5 days ago
“Lennon does brilliantly to junk clear of two Stoke defenders and drive into the box 16:23 62 mins Substitution The second substitution sees Xherdan Shaqiri make way for Peter Odemwingie.”
 Mirror 5 days ago
Peter Odemwingie Career Honours
  • Nigeria: Olympic Silver Medal (1): 2008
  • Nigeria: Africa Cup of Nations: Third Place (3): 2004, 2006, 2010
  • Premier League Player of the Month (3): September 2010, April 2011, February 2012
  • English Premier League African Player of the year (1): 2011

    Source: wikipedia.org

    Peter Odemwingie Wiki, Stats & Links
    Goalkeepers
    Shay Given Jakob Haugaard
    Jack Butland
    Defenders
    Phil Bardsley Glen Johnson
    Erik Pieters Dionatan Teixeira
    Geoff Cameron Marc Muniesa
    Marc Wilson Philipp Wollscheid
    Ryan Shawcross
    Midfielders
    Peter Odemwingie Jonathan Walters
    Marko Arnautovic Xherdan Shaqiri
    Ibrahim Afellay Stephen Ireland
    Charlie Adam Steve Sidwell
    Marco van Ginkel Glenn Whelan
    Forwards
    Peter Crouch Joselu
    Mame Diouf Bojan Krkic