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Crystal Palace In Talks With Peter Odemwingie: Daily Soccer Report

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Peter Odemwingie may finally get his transfer move from West Bromwich to London.

Everybody’s favorite Premier League transfer hero is in talks with Crystal Palace about a proposed move that would bring the West Bromwich striker to England’s capital. Odemwingie, who reportedly has been banned from the West Brom dressing room, could move if Crystal Palace agree a transfer fee of £2.5million.

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One Response to Crystal Palace In Talks With Peter Odemwingie: Daily Soccer Report

  1. CTBlues says:

    No stadium in NYC build it in Stamford they can be called NYC FC of Stamford.

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