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Championship 2009/10: Cardiff City

Championship 2009/10: Cardiff City

Recent record: The clubs have met twelve times in the Championship since 2003, Cardiff winning five, City winning three and with four draws.

Former Sky Blues: Now playing for the seventh club of his professional career Jay Bothroyd enjoyed one of his most consistent seasons in 2008/09 and finally looks to have found some maturity to go with the talent he has always had.

The 27-year-old scored 12 goals and formed a potent partnership with Ross McCormack.

Summer talking point: As with Scott Dann's sale by the Sky Blues, Cardiff eventually had to bow to the greater financial muscle of the Premier League when accepting Birmingham City's third offer for centre-half Roger Johnson.

Coming to Coventry: In the middle of March.



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Writer:CCFC
Date:Tuesday June 30 2009
Time: 12:00PM

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Has everybody in coventry died ?
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03/07/2009 01:51:00
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Not pig flu is it ?
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03/07/2009 01:51:00
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HELL - LO !!
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03/07/2009 01:52:00
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