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Forde Returns To Cardiff City

Forde Returns To Cardiff City

Cardiff City goalkeeper David Forde has returned to the Bluebirds after a loan spell with Luton Town.


Forde played in 6 games during his 1 month loan spell, conceeding 7 goals although he did keep a clean sheet against a Sunderland attack including Michael Chopra, Anthony Stokes and Dwight Yorke in a 3-0 surprise win for the Hatters.


Forde now returns to Ninian Park to try and oust Michael Oakes from the number 1 jersey. Oakes suceeded Ross Turnbull, who has disappointed so far on loan from Middlesborough. Oakes replaced him for the Preston game and is expected to retain his shirt for tonight's Carling Cup tie against West Brom.




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Writer:Bluebirdshroom
Date:Tuesday September 25 2007
Time: 1:42PM

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How did he do - anyone know?
Bonesy
25/09/2007 15:03:00
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Hi Bonesy, we've got the views of a Luton fan - will be up tomorrow morning. Stats dont look great but seems he did quite well.
bluebirdshroom
25/09/2007 15:04:00
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aww forde should go. he is a big lazy keeper. should of kept alexander. look at fordes record we even dropped him a league and he still conceaded more than he played. sell him DJ
bluebird04
26/09/2007 22:56:00
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