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Jones Refuses to Comment on McCormack Future
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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danknott added 10:30 - Aug 12
cant see this being true....

BlooooCD added 10:32 - Aug 12
What a mouth watering prospect this one is; McCormack - Scotland - Wickham - (even Priskin) We have an awesome mid-field and a decent back line, with a top drawer keeper!!! If this deal and the Scotland one comes off we must surely be confident of doing well this term..... COYB's! - Keano is coming good me thinks!

sittingbell added 10:33 - Aug 12
A double loan?? We want him but would rather it be a permanant signing!!!!

Paul_Knows added 10:38 - Aug 12
I still reckon he'll sign permanently :)

hollywoodginge added 10:45 - Aug 12
When managers refuse to comment on it there usually is something imminent, you find that if players are staying at a club the manager usually makes a statement to the effect. I hope this does happen, great player at this level.

Karlosfandangal added 10:49 - Aug 12
Remember when Dyer gave his boots to a fan!!!!!!! 6 million later hello Newcastle

Skip73 added 11:05 - Aug 12
Hopefully we get McCormack and Scotland and, yes BloooCD, I'm starting to have faith in Priskin too, a nice ball to the Hungary Striker last night which should have been a goal.

OnlyOneSirBobby added 11:06 - Aug 12
im still unconvinced about letting stead go...the way hes started the season, and the injuries we still have...but would certainly welcome mccormack in!

Seasonticketsteve added 11:19 - Aug 12
Cant see a deal being close for McCormack yet considering he played last night for Cardiff and scored twice.

Hope we pull it off as I really want to see McCormack in a Town shirt, just trying not to get my hopes up on this one, sorry to be sceptical!

jas0999 added 11:24 - Aug 12
This would be a really good signing! Hope it happens!

corshamblue added 11:27 - Aug 12
That'll be McCormack cup tied then! Not a major issue with the 'Kids' playing in the Lge Cup under Keano.

Hope this does happen as it's a step in the right direction, a top player and one capable of stepping up to the Prem with Town.


Seasonticketsteve added 11:41 - Aug 12
Interesting one! I have just heard back from a mate who is a Cardiff fan who went to the game last night, he got the feeling that McCormack was saying goodbye to the Cardiff fans last night by spending a bit of time with them and giving away all his gear-might be something of nothing but that was the feeling he got.

Ok I might be getting my hopes up again now!

robdaful added 11:46 - Aug 12
I thought that Jones said he had accepted a bid for Mark Kennedy and it was up to Kennedy but he expected Kennedy to sign.

That wasn't keeping your mouth shut was it?

Back_The_Boss added 11:48 - Aug 12
Thanks for letting the fans know what was happening Dave, not.

tom_the_blue added 12:05 - Aug 12
Hope we get him, he would bang them in alongside Wickham and Scotland, that would be the best strikeforce in the league.

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