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Cardiff City Duo In 'Team Of The Season'

Two Cardiff City players have been selected in the Team Of The Season for the Championship.


Bluebirds defender Roger Johnson, who attracted a 4m bid pre-season, and Joe Ledley (valued at 7m) were both picked for the team - announced last night at the PFA awards.


Both Bluebirds have enjoyed impressive seasons to build on their already good reputations. They both have aspirations to play at the highest level and few would bet against both being sold if we do not reach the Premiership this year.


The team in full:


Keiren Westwood (Coventry City), Kyle Naughton (Sheff Utd), Roger Johnson (Cardiff City), Richard Stearman (Wolves), Daniel Fox (Coventry City), Michael Kightly (Wolves), Stephen Hunt (Reading), Joe Ledley (Cardiff City), Jordi Gomez (Swansea City), Sylvan Ebanks-Blake (Wolves), Jason Scotland (Swansea City).







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Writer: Bluebirdshroom Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday April 27 2009

Time: 1:40PM

Your Comments

i cant beleive jason (i ate all the pies) scotalnd made it ahead of McCormack, i know which one i would have in my team!! at ross worked for all his goals and doesn't just stand on the penalty spot waiting for them!!
chrisgti
i cant beleive jason (i ate all the pies) scotalnd made it ahead of McCormack, i know which one i would have in my team!! at ross worked for all his goals and doesn't just stand on the penalty spot waiting for them!!
chrisgti
 

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