Date: 9th January 2008 at 10:23am
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Cardiff City have already turned down one inappropriately low bid for Welsh winger Paul Parry but two Championship clubs are still thought to be interested in a move for the player.


Parry has been outstanding and undoubtedly one of the success stories of the last two seasons. He looked to be heading out of Ninian Park but a move to Yeovil Town fell through and Parry stayed but switched sides to a right wing role.



Since then, he has shown potent attacking threat on the left or right wings as well as in an auxiliary strikers position from where he scored recent goals against Sheffield United and Chasetown.



Norwich City and Ipswich Town are the interested parties but surely Cardiff will look for a fee close to the £1m mark for a versatile Welsh International with good pace, attacking instincts and an eye for goal. He has terrorised numerous defenders so far this season, and is a real danger cutting in from the right with 4 league goals to his name so far.

 

3 Replies to “Norwich & Ipswich Chase Parry”

  • I wouldn’t be so sure, Candid – there’s money coming from somewhere (Turners?), or else we’re b-s**tting a lot of clubs with our offers!

  • Pacy wingers are so hard to find, and yet they still cost a pittance of a striker. Parry gets goals, and set up more – really dont want to see him go. Can only think of McAnuff, Huckerby, Kightly (maybe a couple of others) who fit that bill in the championship

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