Date: 31st July 2009 at 12:14pm
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Cardiff City winger Paul Parry has certainly taken his time, almost a week in fact, mulling over a proposed £300k move to fellow Championship club Preston North End. It seems now that he has decided on a move North and will formally sign a contract this afternoon.


Parry has a year remaining on his current Bluebirds deal and the lure of a 3 year contract surely helped persuade him. Preston are a good side and are expected to be challenging for play-offs again this year making the deal a good one for the Welsh winger.


Parry is City’s longest serving player but appeared to lose confidence and form last year prompting many to suggest he could benefit from a new club. A £75k buy from Hereford United, Parry has been a good club player for Cardiff and provided some memorable moments.


 

2 Replies to “Paul Parry Swaps Cardiff City For Preston NE”

  • It will be tough to get someone in with his quality. I’m not sure if he’d ever have reached top form again for us, but have no doubt he’ll be a good signing for PNE

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