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Cardiff City Intent On New Signing

Cardiff City chairman Peter Ridsdale has given the clearest indication yet that he seeks to re-enforce the Bluebirds squad this season, a situation vastly improved after Langston were denied a summary judgement.


Doubts arose that the Bluebirds management were allowing this season to 'fizzle out' and allowing the semi-final achievement to deflect from a disappointing league campaign.


However, the players and manager have all made the right noises and providing Ridsdale can back up his pledges - Cardiff fans should be appeased and look forward to a promising future.


Ridsdale told the SW Echo:


'Now, at last, I can concentrate on strengthening the squad.'


'We have been working hard all along to bring in the right players - over the last couple of days alone we have been knocked back for six players - but the court case meant finances were difficult.'





A play-off place looks increasingly remote so a priority remains a pacy striker, preferably not cup-tied and eligible to play against Barnsley - a nice carrot to dangle for prospective targets. So far we have been linked with Andy Carroll of Newcastle United, Wigan's Henri Camara, Derby's Robert Earnshaw and Sunderland's Michael Chopra.







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Writer: Bluebirdshroom Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday March 21 2008

Time: 10:57AM

Your Comments

cmon chopraa :)
jamie_r
doubt any of them will come to us, but it looks good that dave jones is trying, chopra supposed to of said "no because he wants to earn his sunderland place" Earnie said he would love to, but paul jewell said no. andy caroll doesnt want to leave newcastle, as he beleieves he will learn more at newcastle. and camera is being linked back to celtic atm
bluebird04
 

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