Jones Refuses to Comment on McCormack Future
Thursday, 12th Aug 2010 10:16
Cardiff boss Dave Jones refused to comment on striker Ross McCormack’s future after Bluebirds’ 4-1 extra-time Carling Cup victory over Burton Albion last night. Town target McCormack scored twice before handing his shirt to a supporter at the end of the match, something which has been interpreted as a farewell by Cardiff fans.
Jones says he doesn’t speak about deals until they are done and dusted: “I’ll talk about players when things are rubber-stamped and not before. While they’re here they are Cardiff City players.”
The Blues and Bluebirds are understood to be discussing a swap involving McCormack and Jon Stead with a double loan deal now reported to be amongst the options.
Town turned their attentions to McCormack having failed to land team-mate Michael Chopra.
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