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Cardiff City Striker In Drink Driving Shame

Cardiff City attacker Ross McCormack was arrested over the weekend for being over the legal limit and crashing his Range Rover in the early hours.

This represents a blow for McCormack who will be incredibly frustrated at how his season has gone. After a summer of uncertainty, misquoted press comments and fears of being marginalised - no move materialised for Rosco and he began the season as a Bluebird. After a great performance on opening day, he limped out of the draw up at Blackpool, losing his place in thwe Scotland side and being sidelined for 2 months.

Since his return, he has been unable to force his way into the team and the two in-from players are the two standing in his way (Chopra & Whittingham). Bench duty is bound to frustrate the eager Scotsman, and he remains goal-less this season.

Off the field troubles rarely translate to on-field success but hopefully McCormack can put this ugly incident behind him, get back to what he does best and contribute to the umpressive Bluebirds season so far.




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Writer: Bluebirdshroom Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday October 27 2009

Time: 10:13AM

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pretty lenient on him? Idiot.
Aderyn las
Whilst he's undoubtedly been very very stupid, i suspect he knows that and I hope he continues to be a good player for CCFC. simples
bluebirdshroom
 

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