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Cardiff Drop Hasselbaink For Hull



Cardiff City manager has fropped Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink for today's match against Hull City. Steve MacLean replaces the former Chelsea marksman.


Hasselbaink has struggled for impact in recent weeks and looked off colour in the 0-0 draw against Leicester City. Although he made a few deft touches and went close with a swirling free-kick, far too many passes were misplaced.


MacLean impressed pre-season and started the season in the first team, but the arrival of Hasselbaink and Fowler, along with a knee injury kept MacLean out - the former Sheffield Wednesday striker will be looking for a telling contribution today.

The rest of the Cardiff City side remains unchanged with Aaron Ramsey on the bench.




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Date:Saturday December 1 2007

Time: 2:51PM

Your Comments

A good decision for me, but I'd rather see McNaughton in there for Capaldi - like most others judging by the poll...!
bluebirdshroom
im glad to see DJ droppin hasslebaink. maybe it will scare him a bit and make him performe better now.
bluebird04
I Told You At The Beginning Of The Season That He Would Be No Good For you....Just Ask Charlton Fans.....!
horseworrier
yep jus ask an addick his crap lost it tottally
JimmyCAFC
we needed him
jamie_r
0-0 he might of scored
jamie_r
 

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