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Cardiff City's transfer wish list: This is what the Bluebirds need in each position this summer - WalesOnline

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Cardiff City's transfer wish list: This is what the Bluebirds need in each position this summer
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The season is over, the Cardiff City retained list published with defender Ben Turner the headline casualty. But just what is Bluebirds' new head coach, Paul Trollope, left with? And what does he need to do in the summer transfer window to make sure ...
Cardiff City release Ben Turner and Kenwyne Jones in clearoutBBC News
Coventry City digest: Sky Blues fans want club to re-sign former Cardiff City defender and happy 60th birthday Ian ...Coventry Telegraph

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Cardiff City manager hunt and transfer news Live: Paul Trollope remains favourite as Rennes pursue Bruno Manga - WalesOnline

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Cardiff City manager hunt and transfer news Live: Paul Trollope remains favourite as Rennes pursue Bruno Manga
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Paul Trollope remains the overwhelming favourite to be Cardiff City's next head coach as Bluebirds fans wait to find out who will appoint Russell Slade. An announcement on the new boss is expected this week, with Trollope seemingly the only candidate ...

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Cardiff City transfers: Who stays, who goes and who comes in during Paul Trollope's summer of change - WalesOnline

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Cardiff City transfers: Who stays, who goes and who comes in during Paul Trollope's summer of change
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The news probably wasn't what the majority of Cardiff City fans were hoping for (or maybe expecting), but Paul Trollope's appointment as head coach is the first step of a summer of significant change at the Bluebirds. With Trollope taking the reins ...
Lennie Lawrence: Ex-manager lined up for Cardiff City backroom roleBBC News

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Cardiff City: Football League lifts transfer embargo - BBC News

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Cardiff City: Football League lifts transfer embargo
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The club has not been able to buy players since January this year after breaching Financial Fair Play rules. The news came the day after the club removed Russell Slade from his position as manager to take up a new role as the club's head of football.
Cardiff City transfer embargo lifted by Football League TODAYWalesOnline
Russell Slade: Will Vincent Tan retain Cardiff City manager?BBC Sport
Cardiff City move Russell Slade to head of football role as they start search for new head coachDaily Mail

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Cardiff City sign Lex Immers from Feyenoord on permanent deal - WalesOnline

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Cardiff City sign Lex Immers from Feyenoord on permanent deal
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Bluebirds' CEO Ken Choo said: "We're delighted to be officially welcoming Lex to the Cardiff City family. "The impact he made during his time on loan was significant, and we fall that he is the right for the future we see for the Football Club. A ...
Cardiff City sign Lex Immers from Feyenoord on permanent contractBBC News
Cardiff sign Feynoord midfielder Lex ImmersSkySports
Lex Immers makes permanent Cardiff City move from FeyenoordSports Mole

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Cardiff City target three quality new signings and get prepared to shed up to a dozen players this summer - WalesOnline

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Cardiff City target three quality new signings and get prepared to shed up to a dozen players this summer
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Cardiff City boss Paul Trollope is ready to conduct a massive shake-up of the Bluebirds squad by shedding up to a dozen players and bringing in three quality newcomers for the 2016-17 campaign. Trollope will have to work on names with the Bluebirds' ...

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Cardiff City should consider re-signing former favourites Ledley, Campbell and Mutch as they plan ahead - WalesOnline

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Cardiff City should consider re-signing former favourites Ledley, Campbell and Mutch as they plan ahead
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The bumper new Premier League TV deal has resulted in what would previously have been regarded as mid-table teams, flexing their financial muscles. There is a need to keep up with their peers, but they have also been afforded greater spending power ...