Osaze Odemwingie has turned on his employers once again, lashing out at West Brom for not featuring him regularly since the transfer drama that turned ugly between the club and the player in January.
The former Lokomotiv Moscow forward has become the most controversial player for club and country in recent time as he continually had issues with his coaches.
In the transfer-deadline day saga on January 31, Odemwingie was so convinced he had sealed a move that he rushed to QPR and gave a television interview referring to the west London club as “we”.
West Brom later said he did not have permission to speak to QPR and disciplined him for his “unprofessional conduct”.
Odemwingie, who has scored five league goals this season, has appeared four times for the club since then with all of them as a substitute.
“Keeping me on the bench now is worse than what they did on the 31st,” he wrote on his Twitter account.
“If they like they shouldn’t even give me 10mins to play. Threatening to ruin my career? Career I closed already last summer? No harm to me.”
Odemwingie, who came on as a 67th minute substitute in Saturday’s 0-0 draw at Stoke City, has one season left on his West Brom contract.