Date: 6th June 2007 at 9:47am
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Cardiff City chairman Peter Ridsdale scoffed at BBC reports linking the Bluebirds with a move for powerful Hull City striker Jon Parkin.

Risdale denied the claims and laughed them off as ‘silly season’ nonsense. Whether this means that Ridsdale will be pursuing a better calibre of player is unknown – but the signs aren’t great so far !

Instead Ridsdale confirmed he was concentrating on adding a goalkeeper to the squad, a move which has been going on for several weeks despite hints that a deal with a top target was nearly finalised:


‘What I will say is that I have spoken to agents about three or four goalkeepers because that is where our priority lies at the moment.’


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2 Replies to “No Parkin Bid, But Keeper Deal Close”

  • Is there anyone affordable who’s better than Steve Thompson? I hope beyond hope they dont sign someone for the sake of a signing (e.g. Feeney)

  • what a waste feeny was like dave jones has made a huge mistake by gettin rid of everyone before he even buys anyone

    capaldi is usless plymouth called him crapadi

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