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Cardiff City Tell Robbie Fowler Where To Go

Cardiff City Tell Robbie Fowler Where To Go

Around a month ago, Cardiff City were being gently re-assured by ex-Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler and his agent that the contract offer was acceptable and signing was imminent. As we all know that never happened, Fowler flew off leaving the club short of strikers and time to find more.


Many saw that as a blessing in disguise with age, injuries and complete lack of pace and matchtime weighing heavily against the once potent striker. It was some suprise that he received an offer from the Premiership, until you realise that it was Paul Ince of Blackburn Rovers who offered his old mate a chance to prove fitness.


That didn't work out, with the deal offered apparently unacceptable to the player - Rovers obviously seeing what Cardiff fans saw last season - either that or Fowler wasn't quite looking so 'sharp' in training!


It emerged this week that Fowler's agent enquired as to whether Cardiff City would still be interested - and, unsuprisingly, CCFC told him in no uncertain terms to, ahem, look elsewhere.


Thank 'God' for that...!







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Writer:Bluebirdshroom
Date:Monday September 1 2008
Time: 11:20AM

Comments

0
cheeky git - not sure i'd have been as polite as the club about it
RoathBlue
01/09/2008 11:36:00
0
What a relief - now Mr.Greedy can sod off to the Gulf and make more money - pity we can't make him pay back some of the huge amount we had to spend on his 1st class air fares to the US for his 1st class medical treatment getting him fit again ..
gtsutton
01/09/2008 17:17:00
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I cant agree more!! The audacity to even think that he could return after his judas actions. The big wheel has turned mate---LIVE WITH IT!!!!!!!
westonal
01/09/2008 19:32:00
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reports are, dave jones was at celtic park, to try and complete the £500,000 deal for chris killen, AND MY PERSONAL AND RELIABLE SOURCE HAS TOLD ME, STEVE THOMOS EXPECTED TO SIGN FOR BURNLEY FOR A FREE TRANSFER
bluebird04
01/09/2008 21:07:00
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unlucky fowler and we all stood by you and then u fecked off! so NO u aint coming back!! we have ross and jay now we DON'T need you!!
smakerzthebluebird
01/09/2008 21:57:00
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Don't blame you in the slightest, no commitment to you
Tiny T
03/09/2008 13:22:00
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Robbie Fowler in my eyes is past it now
Kimbo
03/09/2008 22:46:00
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i would not be surprised if he retires when he could have continued for us for at least another 2 years if not for his greed!!
smakerzthebluebird
04/09/2008 16:51:00
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go back to doing what you do best, BUY HOUSES
bluebird04
08/09/2008 13:15:00
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