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Is This A Good Move For Odemwingie?

Hey guys, do you think this is a good move for our dear Peter Odemwingie, signing for Lokomotiv Moscow, a guy with his pace should be plying his trade in England not Moscow. Well i pray all goes well for him and he learns from Julius Aghahowa, anyway the deal is worth US $14 million

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prince,

who is not after money in football? which player, coach, club officials, owners or who in the game is not after money.

the clubs will always check their financial standards at the end of every year so does the players.

if everything go well for him there, even after one season he can go anywhere he chooses to as long as the club is interested in him so there is no law mandating him to finish the four years there.

all he needs is our prayers.

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as far AS THERE'S UCL, THEN THERE AINT PROBLEM

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The guy is after money not sport performance

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for four years in moscow, i think it nop good news.

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well it might turn out to be a good move in the long run. So many things he has to consider as a player. There is playing in Europe which he wouldn't enjoy had it been he stayed in lille, this can improve a players price and reputation thats if he does well then there is wages, I'm sure they offering a much larger weekly wage and bonus than his previous club and also maybe other clubs that were interested in him. Hes half Russian so I think adapting to the place won't be that difficult, I'm assuming he knows the language (so no language barrier) and also he has stayed there before so the weather might not be much of a problem.  It might turn out to be a positive move if he has a good run in the uefa cup, this will improve his reputation has a quality striker and might earn him a move to one of the big clubs but I've got to admit there is a very limited chance of that happening.

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