MAROAUNE Chamakh has opened fire at West Ham boss Sam Allardyce again following Palace's 1-0 win over the Hammers on Tuesday. The Moroccan, who scored the winning goal on 42 minutes to lift the Eagles off the bottom of the Premier League, told the Advertiser back in August that Allardyce didn't stick to his promise of playing him while on loan last season at Upton Park from Arsenal. In August, Chamakh was quoted in the French media, saying: "My loan at West Ham? I made a bad choice. It didn't go smoothly at all. I was taken for a ride. "That is the reason why I took my time to accept Crystal Palace. I didn't want to make the same mistake twice." Following the Stoke City match on August 26, Chamakh told the Advertiser: "What I said was correct about Sam Allardyce not playing me. "He promised to play me with Andy Carroll. He had words he didn't respect. "I just needed to play. The last few years, I haven't played." And following the game at Selhurst Park this week, the 29-year-old hasn't forgotten how he was treated by Allardyce easily. "When I was there it was a really good atmosphere and really good fans, I just had a problem with the manager," said Chamakh. "He lied to me. I came, he said 'you will play with Andy Carroll'. "I played just three games and after that I did not play one more minute, so I think it was a good response and answer from me on the pitch (on Tuesday). "I am really satisfied."
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