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No Bench-Warming For Jay Bothroyd !

No Bench-Warming For Jay Bothroyd !

Cardiff City fans are sick of hearing about injury worries and difficulties so the news that both Jay Bothroyd and Ross McCormack are nearing first team returns will be a bonus - adding to the ranks after the return of Michael Chopra on loan and the steady improvement of Eddie Johnson.


Bothroyd confesses himself happy with the signing of Chopra but shot a warning to his new team-mate that he will not be prepared to make way and will be going all out to reclaim his place! Speaking on his icons official website, Bothroyd said:


'Personally, I welcome the competition. It keeps you on your toes to be fighting for places in the team. Chops is a good player.'


'As far as possible partnerships go between myself, Chops and Ross McCormack - I don`t care who plays as long as I am playing! We´ll have to see what happens. I just want to play.'


'The only time I´m ever upset is if I am not playing!'




Bothroyd has looked good since a £300k move from Wolves, he is the one from our three frontline strikers who offers something genuinely different and barring an unlikely change of formation from Jones - it seems likely that Chopra/McCormack will compete, as will Johnson and Bothroyd.



Click here to read Jay's full diary entry.




Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Bluebirdshroom
Date:Wednesday November 19 2008
Time: 1:30PM

Comments

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It will probably take him a couple of games to get back into his stride
bluebirdlewis
19/11/2008 22:20:00
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Drop Rae and have all three of them up front.
ozbluebird
19/11/2008 23:51:00
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news is jay and ross are pushing for reading game
bluebirdlewis
23/11/2008 18:31:00
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i think rae is looking fitter than he ever has
bluebirdlewis
23/11/2008 18:32:00
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