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This I think will be great for the player and both the clubs because the player will score for fun in the championship so will make him a better player (confidence) also whilst he is playing here man city if they want him back will benefit from his confidence to score more goals but most of all cardiff will benefit as ticket sales will go up I think and I just hope its not another Robbie Fowler just a name and not play many games for the city but what will also be interesting is who will Dave Jones drop to play him I think chopra as same sort of player and personality. looks like the city are on the way up it must be this season as I cant remember any other season when the division didnt have big guns in that came down from the prem and were automatically fav to go back up.
I think Cardiff are primed for a promotion push. Certainly made the additions to the squad that should see them finish in the play offs once again.
The difference between the signing of Bellamy and that of Fowler Hasselbaink is that Bellamy is not on the downgrade and coming to the end of his career.
Was reading this earlier, http://www.betting-directory.com/football/17082010/cardiff-and-bellamy-odds-shorten-following-season-loan.php, looks like bookies are also of the opinion that good things are on the horizon for the Bluebirds.
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Yes Bellamy is a good signing for Cardiff. But on a downside how can a club with financial difficulties such as Cardiff afford 20k a week in wages for him? And especially when they owe Motherwell 175k for Paul Quinn, surely this debt should be paid before they sign somebody on such a high wage?? The latest news is that the Football League will block Bellamy's registration untill Cardiff show they can afford to pay Motherwell & Bellamy. In the light of Pompey's problem i think that the Football League have evey right to block this given Cardiffs apparent inability to sort out there financial problems