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Cardiff in for Zaha!

The future of the last major signing made by Sir Alex Ferguson, could be settled this month.

It`s widely anticipated that Wilfried Zaha will be sent out on loan to get regular first team football. So far several Premier League clubs have stepped forward as possible destinations.

However, this morning there would appear to be anew favourite to secure the temporary services of the twenty-one year old.

On the back of the fabulous FA Cup success against Newcastle United, Cardiff City under the stewardship of Ole Gunnar Solksjaer, are, now, wanting to take the exciting England U21 player.

To me, it seems a decent enough move with Cardiff probably being able to give Zaha the regular first team football he deserves.




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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday January 5 2014

Time: 12:28PM

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Why Zaha isn't given a chance is just baffling it's not as if our other wingers (Januzaj apart) are setting the word alight. Youngs useless why we bought him is beyond me send him on splash he can get Tom Daley to perfect his technique. Valencia can't cross anymore it's either over hit or straight at the keeper every bloody cross is like a cannon broadside. As for Nani what can be said that already hasn't fantastic player for a few games a year but so infuriatingly inconsistent. Just give the lad a crack what harm can it do? If we're not going to give him a chance we should send him somewhere that will.
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Why Zaha isn't given a chance is just baffling it's not as if our other wingers (Januzaj apart) are setting the word alight. Youngs useless why we bought him is beyond me send him on splash he can get Tom Daley to perfect his technique. Valencia can't cross anymore it's either over hit or straight at the keeper every bloody cross is like a cannon broadside. As for Nani what can be said that already hasn't fantastic player for a few games a year but so infuriatingly inconsistent. Just give the lad a crack what harm can it do? If we're not going to give him a chance we should send him somewhere that will.
MotorMad
Sorry about the double post still getting used to this phone
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