By JOHN EGBOKHAN
For frozen-out Eagles striker, Osaze Odemwingie, a new life at Premier League side Cardiff City begins tomorrow when they travel to confront Hull City in a day four fixture.
Osaze, who was sold by West Brom because of his behavious, which landed him in hot water with Coach Steve Clarke, who made it clear that the Nigerian was surplus to requirement at the Baggies, has been listed among the 25 players, whose names were to the Barclays Premier League board.
Stipulations dictate that players outside of the 25 are ineligible to feature in the Premier League until the opening of the January transfer window. At this stage, an updated list can be submitted.
For Osaze, who has endured a frustrating Eagles career after being dumped by Coach Stephen Keshi, the chance to revive his club career is the beginning of his journey to rediscovery and he hopes to make the most of this second chance to prove his worth.
“I am very delighted with this chance to revive my club career and hope to contribute a lot to my my club”, said Osaze.
An international striker with over 50 caps for the Super Eagles, Osaze joined West Brom from Russian side Lokomotiv Moscow in 2010. He made 90 first-team appearances in all competitions for the Baggies, scoring 30 Premier League goals.