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Eastwood Begs For Cardiff City Switch

Wales striker Freddy Eastwood has issued a 'come and get me plea' to Cardiff City and insists he has the quality to fire the Bluebirds to the Premiership.


Dave Jones has considered a move for Eastwood, currently out of favour at Wolverhampton Wanderers, but recently stated he thought there were better targets with more quality.


Eastwood told the Wales on Sunday:


"I need to get away from Wolves and play - and Cardiff would be a very good move for me."

"They would be attractive to anyone, they got to the FA Cup final last year and they`ve got a lot of good young players - you only have to look around the Welsh squad to see that."

"They have brought a lot of good players through and I know they had a little bit of a difficult season in the league, but they showed what they can do by getting to the cup final and in the end they were unfortunate not to win it."

"So anyone would fancy something like that."




Eastwood sevured a big money move to Molineux after impressing for Southend. He can score goals and has revelled in his short spell in the Welsh side.

It's worth noting that the Wolves supporters are behind Eastwood, and his problems getting a game seem to stem solely from manager Mick McCarthy.


As for now, Eastwood remains firmly on the 'maybe' list.






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Writer: Bluebirdshroom Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday June 16 2008

Time: 9:49AM

Your Comments

He would be amuch better option than those over paid pensioners Fowler and Hasselbaink!
dazza71
why not buy him? has proven himself as a striker
attwooll9
can we afford to blow the entire transfer kitty on him though?
bluebirdshroom
even worse thing that the ramsey deal was so loud, that every club now knows we have 5m in the bank, so teams like wolves will want to milk every pennie out of him
bluebird04
This sounds like a desperate player to me. I am always sceptical about this type of come and get me plea, especially when we all know the player will almost certainly go to the club paying the highest wages.
Dean1
 

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