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Cameron Jerome | Forward

Team: Norwich City
Age / DOB:  (29) / 8/14/1986
Ht / Wt:  6'1" / 187

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Cameron Jerome scored his second goal of the season, one that looked to steal a point from the Etihad in the 83rd minute, before Manchester City scored a last-minute heartbreaker to leave the Canaries empty-handed.
Jerome was gift-wrapped the goal after Joe Hart spiller a cross that fell right to the forward. But goalkeeper John Ruddy had a gaffe of his own as a dropped cross fell to Russell Martin, who was sent off for handling the chance in his own penalty area that lead the the game-winning penalty. With the loss, Norwich has now lost all four of its October league fixtures. In team news, Nathan Redmond and Wes Hoolahan each started on the bench while Dieumerci Mbokani could not overcome an illness. Oct 31 - 1:29 PM
Source: NBC Sports

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Norwich could be about to pull off a major transfer coup by signing Colombian World Cup star Juan Fernando Quintero from Portuguese giants Porto…

The 22-year-old star – who can play at center-forward or in the number 10 role – was voted MVP at the 2013 South American Championships. This led to speculation linking him with the likes of Real Madrid and Manchester United, but his career has lost a little momentum with Porto and he is thought to want a move to the Premier League to regain impetus. Norwich have apparently offered Quintero a two-deal, with several Italian clubs (Chievo among them) also lodging bids. Norwich will start the season with Cameron Jerome and Lewis Grabban in the forward positions. The two scored 30 goals between them last term, but the addition of genuine quality is still on the agenda. With Quintero fitting the bill…
Aug 6 - 5:30 AM

Norwich fans can expect a bold approach to their Premier League campaign, but ultimately unhappy ending…

According to the Boot Room fan site, Norwich will tackle the upcoming season with a positive 4-4-2 formation. Relying on strikers Cameron Jerome, Lewis Grabban and central midfielder – and Player of the Year – Bradley Johnson to repeat their goal scoring heroics of last season. The predicted line-up in front of John Ruddy is a back four of: Steven Whittaker, Sebastian Bassong, Russell Martin and Martin Ollson. A central midfield two of Johnathan Howson and Bradley Johnson, with Nathan Redmond on the right, and Robbie Brady on the left. With Cameron Jerome and Lewis Grabban up top. Just five points are predicted from the Canaries opening six matches v Crystal Palace, Sunderland, Stoke, Southampton, Bournemouth and Liverpool. And relegation forecast come May 2016. If only it was that easy…
Aug 5 - 7:43 AM

Norwich City manager Alex Neil is hoping the foot injury which forced Cameron Jerome off against Cambridge last week will not keep his striker out for too long.

Jerome missed the 1-nil defeat to Maccabi Haifa on Monday as the striker watched from the sidelines in a protective cast having suffered the injury just days before. Although the full extent of the issue is not yet known – currently being assessed - the Canaries remain optimistic that the problem is not too serious and the brace is only a precautionary measure. Jerome has been excellent during the close season grabbing a number of goals and his availability – around £5 million – for last seasons’ top goalscorer [20] represents excellent value for a side with a decent set of opening fixtures. Martin Olsson is not expected to make GW1 – shoulder – while Kyle Lafferty is currently receiving treatment on a knee problem, otherwise the squad is looking in pretty good shape.
Jul 23 - 11:20 AM

Substitute Cameron Jerome was the only one to cause Manchester United any trouble in a 2-0 loss.

Jerome caused the United defense some problems, particularly with a curling shot that was wonderfully saved by David de Gea. Palace's defense couldn't hold up as United scored two in the second half to seal the game. Palace's response was weak and Jerome was the only one that caused anything of note. Crystal Palace need to find at least a bit of attack to compliment their defense if they want to stay in the Premier League.
Source: Sky Sports
Sat, Feb 22, 2014 03:13:00 PM

Crystal Palace capped a busy final day of the summer transfer window by snapping up Stoke City striker Cameron Jerome on a season-long loan.

Palace had been trying to bring in Andy Johnson and Nicklas Bendtner but failed, so Jerome was a last minute back-up option. The striker only scored 12 goals in 60 appearances during his two seasons at Stoke, but he is capable of being a handful for defenders and gives Ian Holloway a different option in comparison with Dwight Gayle, Marouane Chamakh and Kevin Phillips.
Source: Sky Sports
Tue, Sep 3, 2013 05:27:00 AM

Despite Reading's pursuit of the striker, and increased competition for his place from the returned Jermaine Pennant, Cameron Jerome remains at Stoke City.

He may yet move before the transfer window closes, especially with Brek Shea coming back from injury and providing even more competition for places, but for now Cameron Jerome remains part of Mark Hughes' squad. Jerome was a late sub in Stoke's 2-1 victory over Crystal Palace at the weekend.
Source: The Sentinel
Tue, Aug 27, 2013 12:03:00 AM

Stoke City striker Cameron Jerome was fined 50,000 pounds for betting on football.

Jerome, an unused substitute in Stoke City's 0-1 loss at Liverpool, could have been facing a ban from playing over his breach of rules.
Source: Daily Mail
Wed, Aug 21, 2013 11:57:00 PM

Stoke City striker Cameron Jerome has admitted to charges of betting on a competition in which his team competed.

There are no suggestions of any match-fixing, but Jerome likely faces a fine and a months-long ban (suspended in part, perhaps).
Mon, Aug 5, 2013 12:53:00 PM