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Marouane Chamakh

30-Year-Old Forward     Crystal Palace  Premier

Birthdate:  January 10, 1984    Birthplace:  Tonneins, France    Nationality:  Morocco    Height:  6' 1"    

September 27, 2014    Marouane Chamakh News

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Chamakh was subbed-on in the 73rd minute of Saturday's 2-0 win against Leicester.

The Moroccan striker replaced Fraizer Campbell and had a couple of sniffs at goal in the closing minutes of the game. Chamakh could find himself on the bench once again for next week's trip to Hull as manager Neil Warnock may choose to play the same side that has given him two straight wins.

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Marouane Chamakh: Past News Updates   ( ▲ View most recent update )

September 26, 2014

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Chamakh (hamstring) is poised to return to the squad for this Saturday's match against Leicester, manager Neil Warnock told the Croydon Advertiser.

Chamakh has missed three games with the hamstring injury sustained in the 3-3 draw with Newcastle in August. The Moroccan striker is a pivotal part of Crystal Palace's attack and already a goal and an assist this season. When you take into consideration his injury problems, fantasy managers can expect five to six goals and a few assists from the striker this campaign.

September 19, 2014

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September 17, 2014

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The Moroccan striker picked up an injury in last month’s 3-3 draw at Newcastle and has been fighting to make a comeback ever since. Chamakh (hamstring) already has one goal and one assist in three games, and remains a good bet for at least seven goals and a few assists should he stay fit.

September 2, 2014

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Chamakh’s hamstring injury is not as bad as first thought and he will only miss a maximum of three weeks, writes Croydon Advertiser reported Mark Ritson on Twitter.

Chamakh (hamstring) went off injured during Saturday’s 3-3 draw at Newcastle and it was originally feared that the number 10 wouldn’t be back until early October. It means the forward could return as early as the trip to Everton on Sept. 22 and almost definitely for the visit of Leicester City on Sept. 27. Chamakh already has one goal and one assist in three games and when not injured offers a solid chance of fantasy points.

September 1, 2014

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Chamakh will miss “almost a month” after sustaining a hamstring injury during Saturday’s 3-3 draw at Newcastle United, reports the Croydon Advertiser.

Chamakh left Saturday’s game early in the second half and the injury means he will miss the home games against Burnley and Leicester City as well as the visit to Everton and possibly the trip to Hull on 4 Oct. Fantasy owners won’t be surprised by this injury to Chamakh given his injury woes in the past and it comes after a solid start to the season that has already included a goal and an assist.

August 30, 2014

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Chamakh grabbed an assist before sustaining an injury just after half time that forced him to leave Saturday's 3-3 draw at Newcastle.

Chamakh played an integral part in Dwight Gayle's opening goal after his shot was tipped onto the post by goalkeeper Tim Krul and was shown a yellow card in an eventful 51 minute appearance. Chamakh plays as a number 10 just behind the striker and already has a goal and an assist in the first three games of the season. Fantasy owners can expect around half a dozen goals as well as a few assists but a question mark remains over Chamakh's regular injury problems.

August 23, 2014

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Chamakh opened his account for the season against former club West Ham United on Saturday.

Chamakh fired a shot from 20 yards out that beat goalkeeper Adrian at his right hand post after a pass from captain Mile Jedinak. Chamakh plays as a number 10 for Palace and will be good for at least a half-dozen goals as well as a couple of assists.