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Michael Chopra Returns To Cardiff City !!

Former Cardiff City striker Michael Chopra has rejoined the Bluebirds on an initial 2 month loan deal as cover for injured front pair McCormack and Bothroyd.


Chopra left prior to last season joining Sunderland in a 5m deal. Despite netting a few goals, things have not gone well for Chops up North and he has slipped down the pecking order with the Black Cats.


Now Chopra has returned to City and will go striaght into the squad for Saturdays clash against QPR. He is likely to partner either Parry or Johnson in attack and will be looking to get his career back on track.


Chopra enjoys playing with close friend and former team-mate Stephen McPhail - the two former Barnsley players have a good understanding and will be hoping to re-establish their partnership and score some goals.


This is excellent news for Cardiff City fans. Already popular, Chopra is a 5m striker, proven to score goals at this level with fantastic pace and work-rate. Sunderland were thought to prefer an initial loan with a view to a permanent switch in January - that would again appeal to Bluebirds fans.


Welcome back Chops!






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Writer: Bluebirdshroom Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday November 6 2008

Time: 10:30AM

Your Comments

In case its not clear, I'm with most fans and ecstatic to see Chops back. Chopra is a Bluebird!
bluebirdshroom
Too right. He will always be a Bluebird. There's only one Michael Chopra!! I am ecstatic as well!! This is what the Club needs if it has any intention on promotion.
ozbluebird
Great signing...
DrWatford
Well done DJ a great move for a great striker. Lets hope we can keep him on board next year. WELCOME BACK CHOPS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
westonal
I think this will be the turning point for us, get chopra settle and McCormack back fit and we will have have the best strike force in league, now if only we could get lovens back...... ?? lol Well Done CHOPS!!
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