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CARDIFF boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has encouraged Wilfried Zaha to celebrate if he scores against former club Crystal Palace today.

Zaha, on loan from Manchester United, is set to start the relegation six-pointer after impressing off the bench against West Brom last weekend. The winger came through the ranks at Palace, but Solskjaer has no doubts that Zaha (right) knows where his loyalty lies and does not want him to tone down his jubilation, should he find the net.

He said: "I have told Wilf, 'You are going to celebrate when you score'. When I played and you scored a goal, you always celebrated because it might be the last one you score.

"The last goal I scored against Blackburn, I celebrated. I did not know it was my last one, but I celebrated it because you love it and the biggest prize you can get is to score a goal. I don't think the fans have any problem with a young lad celebrating a goal."
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Apr 5, 2014
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