Nicolas Anelka is no stranger to controversy. Last March he was fired by West Bromwich Albion for “gross misconduct” after he made an alleged anti-Semitic gesture, known as a “quenelle”, in a goalscoring celebration during a match against West Ham United. Photo: AFP Nicolas Anelka is no stranger to controversy. Last March he was fired by West Bromwich Albion for “gross misconduct” after he made an alleged anti-Semitic gesture, known as a “quenelle”, in a goalscoring celebration during a match against West Ham United. Photo: AFP
Nicolas Anelka is no stranger to controversy. Last March he was fired by West Bromwich Albion for “gross misconduct” after he made an alleged anti-Semitic gesture, known as a “quenelle”, in a goalscoring celebration during a match against West Ham United. Photo: AFP

Nicolas Anelka ‘too old’ to join Algerian club

Nicolas Anelka is no stranger to controversy. Last March he was fired by West Bromwich Albion for “gross misconduct” after he made an alleged anti-Semitic gesture, known as a “quenelle”, in a goalscoring celebration during a match against West Ham United. Photo: AFP Nicolas Anelka is no stranger to controversy. Last March he was fired by West Bromwich Albion for “gross misconduct” after he made an alleged anti-Semitic gesture, known as a “quenelle”, in a goalscoring celebration during a match against West Ham United. Photo: AFP
Nicolas Anelka is no stranger to controversy. Last March he was fired by West Bromwich Albion for “gross misconduct” after he made an alleged anti-Semitic gesture, known as a “quenelle”, in a goalscoring celebration during a match against West Ham United. Photo: AFP
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