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Morocco’s Marouane Chamakh released by Cardiff City

Maroune Chamakh

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Moroccan striker Marouane Chamakh has left Cardiff City, just three months after arriving in South Wales.

The former Arsenal forward joined Cardiff City on a short-term deal, to end in January.

He was snapped up by Neil Warnock when the former Leeds and QPR boss arrived in October, but his departure from the club was confirmed on Thursday, following the expiration of his contract and his failure to make an impact in the squad.

“They [Marouane and teammate Kieran Richardson] have left this week,” Warnock said in his press conference ahead of Friday’s clash with Brighton.

“They have been good professionals, but we need to manipulate this squad and those two are easy as their contracts are up. They will both find clubs.”

An African football Journalist based in Livingstone, Zambia.

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