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Submitted by karim 570d ago | news

Odemwingie to fight any West Brom punishment

Peter Odemwingie will call in the PFA if West Bromwich Albion try to punish him over his aborted move to Queens Park Rangers, the Daily Mirror has reported. (English Premier League, Peter Odemwingie, Queens Park Rangers, Transfers, West Bromwich)

karim  +   571d ago
If it was up to me, I'd fine him a months's wages, relegate him to the reserves and ban him from first team football. What an idiot that guy is.
Diffraction_Fos  +   571d ago
I partly blame Harry Redknapp for tapping the player up. How he manages to keep doing this for years and never got punished by the FA is beyond me.
Dungus  +   570d ago
My advice would be to take it on the chin, shut up about it, get stuck into training and hope the whole thing blows over. Only an idiot would fight the punishment now. Oh, wait...

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