Striker could still play for the club again, says manager.
West Bromwich Albion manager Steve Clarke says that striker Peter Odemwingie does still have a future at the Hawthorns despite his transfer deadline-day tantrum.
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The Nigeria international tried to push through a last-gasp move to Queens Park Rangers by driving to Loftus Road, despite his employers and the West Londoners having failed to agree a fee for the front man.
“The first I knew of it is when he appeared on television. It was total lunacy because he didn’t have permission to be at QPR. That’s why QPR turned him away,” said.Clarke.
“There will be a disciplinary process in place. A number of things have happened this week. As always as a club it will be done privately but it will be dealt with.
“I don’t know how QPR conduct their business. I know my technical director and chairman kept me fully informed of the process all the way through.
“I am sure he has annoyed his team-mates. There always has to be a way back.
“I think there has been a number of high-profile cases where there is a way back. It’s not going to happen overnight, it’s going to happen over time.
“I can’t say for sure but I don’t think he’s played his last game for the club.
“Maybe he has to apologise. Maybe he has to get back into the squad. Maybe he has to show his team-mates he is willing to help them.”
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