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Cameron Jerome Joins The Championship

Cameron Jerome Joins The Championship

Former Birmingham City Striker Cameron Jerome has joined Blues in the Championship by signing for Norwich for an undisclosed fee.

Jerome spent most of last season on loan at Crystal Palace and has been unable to force his way into the team at stoke. The Huddersfield born forward scored just two goals whilst at Palace.

Birmingham play Norwich 20 September away and Jerome will return to St Andrews January 31st.

Cameron Jerome, 27, scored 36 goals for Birmingham in 180 league appearances. He left for Stoke as soon as Birmingham were relegated from the Premier League in 2011. since then he has made just 35 starts in three seasons with 43 substitute appearances.

Perhaps the Striker will mostly be remembered for his unbelievable strike against Liverpool in 2009; featured in the video below




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Writer:Christopher Handy
Date:Thursday August 21 2014
Time: 2:12PM

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Played lots of games for us and in the latter years chased down balls and worked harder than before. Would hope he scored more goals, though.
Chrisblues
21/08/2014 15:55:00
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He was crap!
Iknowmorethanblue
21/08/2014 19:41:00
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