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 Post subject: Not The Bluebirds The Red Dragons
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Cardiff midfielder Joe Ledley has rejected the club's first offer of a new contract.

After initial talks, the Wales international is unhappy.

He said: 'It's down to the club. At the moment the contract is not right.'


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Cardiff have avoided the threat of a winding-up order after a court hearing on Wednesday afternoon.

The Bluebirds owe an undisclosed debt to Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs but insist the payments are on schedule and that the club remains on a sound financial footing.

A statement on the club's official website read: "Cardiff City Football Club have a payment schedule in place with HRMC, and there is no prospect of the club being wound up.

"This payment schedule was agreed with HRMC some time ahead of the court hearing.

"Cardiff City have every confidence in their future financial stability and fully expect to be in a position to make further investment in its playing squad in the January transfer window."

The new comes on the same day the club appointed Malaysian tycoon Dato Chan Thien Ghee onto the board.

Chairman Peter Ridsdale believes the move will further the potential for the Bluebirds to make inroads into Asia and attract more investment.

Ridsdale said: "The fact TG has accepted this appointment demonstrates the confidence that exists that Cardiff City can, with the right level of additional investment whether directly or through the broader global commercial opportunites, become an established top-flight football club."

Chan said: "I am very proud to be joining the board of Cardiff City at this time. I believe that together with the existing board I can provide Cardiff City with the additional resources it requires to achieve the ambition of attaining Premier League football."

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CARDIFF CITY must settle a £2.7m tax bill this week - or face going bust.


Just a week after their 2008 FA Cup final rivals Portsmouth were hit with a winding up order, the debt-ridden Bluebirds are back in trouble with the taxman.


The Championship club persuaded Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC) to dismiss their winding-up order last month after agreeing to a payment plan.


But we can reveal the Championship high-flyers are once again facing High Court court action after failing to cough up a first payment of £1.2m by December 22.


We understand the club will be hit with a winding-up order if they fail to clear their tax bill by the end of this week.


Bluebirds chairman Peter Ridsdale insists Cardiff will be able to pay up - but the latest tax bombshell is nightmare news for boss Dave Jones who is hoping to be given a transfer kitty to bolster his promotion-chasing squad this month.


Ridsdale said: "We will have the money to pay the Revenue and we will pay them this week.


"I personally spoke to the Revenue before Christmas. I told them we can pay at the beginning of January and they were happy with that.


"We have a good relationship with them. They know what's happening.


"There will be funds coming in this month and I'm confident there will be no issue with the Revenue after January.


"We will have money to pay our tax bill and we'll have money to do things to the team."


Cardiff are blaming their cashflow problems this season on the cost of fitting out their new stadium.


Ridsdale added: "Fitting out the stadium cost £7m more than we envisaged so there has been a hangover from that.


"But funds will be coming in shortly and the club is in healthy shape."


Cardiff - who owe the money in PAYE - earned a stay of execution last month after promising to pay the debt in instalments.


But HMRC chiefs were left fuming when the Bluebirds failed to meet its first payment and threatened to pull the plug two days before Christmas.


Ridsdale earned a last-minute reprieve after making a number of New Year promises to the taxman but will now face having to foot the entire bill.
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Sport of the World understands Cardiff said that if they were given extra-time they would be able to raise the money because:


* They have a verbal agreement with Manchester United to sell rising young star Adam Matthews to the Old Trafford giants for £4m.


* They would be able to raise around £1m from the early season tickets sales.


* They were hoping to secure financial input from Far East investors.


They were also banking on lucrative returns from their Boxing Day game against Plymouth and yesterday's cup tie at Bristol City.


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That plan was thwarted, though, when the game was called off by referee Peter Walton because of a frozen pitch after the overnight temperature plunged to minus six. It will now be played on January 12.


Cardiff owe HMRC five months PAYE and still have to pay a £400,000 PAYE penalty from 2008-09.


If the Bluebirds fail to pay they will be served with a fresh winding-up order which would almost certainly force the club into administration, resulting in a 10-point deduction and the end of their promotion dream.


The Football League could also hit Cardiff with a transfer embargo because of the debt. Plymouth, Bournemouth and Accrington have been hit with embargos because of unpaid bills.


Ridsdale, who has been desperately trying to attract new investment into the club since forking out for a new stadium, spent the days running up to Christmas desperately trying to appease the taxman.


But some of his promises will alarm Cardiff fans, particularly those who bought the 'golden' season tickets in the belief all the cash would be given to manager Jones to strengthen his squad during this month's transfer window.


The Bluebirds put 10,000 season tickets up for sale and offered the sweetener that fans would get their money back if the team won promotion and the club claim the allocation has almost sold out.


Cardiff claim to have raised around £2.5m with the ticket scheme - but the cash could end up going to the taxman instead of Jones.


Jones wants to bring in five new players because he is desperate to maintain this season's promotion push after seeing his side fade away in past seasons.


Last week star midfielder Joe Ledley blamed a lack of activity in the January transfer window for the failure to make the play-offs in 2006, 2007 as well as last year.


Now, with the Bluebirds lying fourth in the Championship, their Premier League dream could suffer another blow because of tax bills.


With that debt hanging over them, the Bluebirds are more likely to sell prize assets like whizkid Matthews and local hero Ledley than plunge into the transfer market.


And that will be another blow to the fans, who have seen the club lose star players like Aaron Ramsey and Roger Johnson to Premier League clubs in recent years.


But United boss Sir Alex Ferguson may decide not to follow up his interest in right-back Matthews due to the recent emergence of Brazilian defender Rafael.

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 Post subject: Re: The Bluebirds
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Ledley will go in this window for around £3m.

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Ridsdale shouldn't be allowed near a football club. Or anyone's accounts.

You'd think after killing Leeds he'd have learnt his lesson but apparently not.

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Cardiff City have agreed a loan deal with Manchester United for young midfielder Daniel Drinkwater.

The 20-year-old England Under-21 international has been at Old Trafford since the age of 10.

Manchester-born Drinkwater spent last season on loan at Huddersfield, scoring twice in 30 appearances.

Cardiff say the move will be finalised when their transfer embargo is lifted, but Drinkwater could debut in Thursday's friendly at Bath City.

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 Post subject: Re: Cardiff sign Drinkwater
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He did well at Huddersfield in league one played a lot of games for them and they made the playoffs their fans seemed to like him as well.

Think he's been involved with England junior teams as well conbative midfielder with an eye for the goal a season at Cardiff if he makes the team will be a good test for him as Cardiff get the ball down and play a bit some good players in that side.

As far as making it at Utd I'd mark him down as a maybe if we see some progression maybe like Gibson coming in at 22 but he needs to play games at Cardiff so we'll wait and see.


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Cardiff boss Dave Jones has claimed the Football League have lifted their transfer embargo on the npower Championship outfit.

The sanction was imposed on the Bluebirds in May due to a delay in paying a £1.3million PAYE to HM Revenue & Customs and other football-related debts.

Yet the club now claim the League is satisfied the debts have been paid so Jones can register his three summer signings.

The League have refused to comment on the matter but Jones told BBC Sport: "The embargo is off. That has all been sorted so we are now able to register players."

Cardiff now hope to register summer signings Tom Heaton and loan duo Jason Koumas and Danny Drinkwater with the Football League so the trio are eligible for Sunday's npower Championship opener with Sheffield United.

Cardiff chief executive Gethin Jenkins told BBC Sport: "It has been challenging but we are pleased the embargo has been lifted.

"It means we can register the players we've already brought in. And Dave Jones will now come forward with a list of other players he is looking to recruit to strengthen the playing squad."

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Cardiff boss Dave Jones confirmed his interest in signing Craig Bellamy after Saturday's victory at Derby but admitted the Bluebirds are outsiders to land the Manchester City forward.

Bellamy is set to leave City and earlier this week he refused to rule out a move to Cardiff, his hometown club.

Speaking after Cardiff's 2-1 win at Pride Park, courtesy of goals from Michael Chopra and Chris Burke, Jones admitted he would love to lure Bellamy to the Welsh capital.

He said: "You can dream about things but miracles take a little bit longer."

"If it happens, it would be fantastic and we would all love him to be here but there are bigger fish for him."

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Manchester City striker Craig Bellamy looks set to surprise many by dropping down to the Championship in order to join his hometown club Cardiff City according to reports emerging this evening.

According to the Press Association, Bellamy, told by Roberto Mancini that he is not required at Eastlands, could complete a loan move to the Bluebirds on Monday.

A Cardiff spokesman would not however confirm whether the deal would go through when asked by PA: "With the number and the names of the clubs being mentioned in connection to Craig it is flattering that we are an option, but at this stage it is pure speculation. "

"Being connected to a player of this calibre shows how far we have come, to be even considered in a deal like this."

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Cardiff are closing in on the capture of out-of-favour Manchester City forward Craig Bellamy, Press Association Sport understands.

The Championship club have been strongly linked with a move for the Wales captain, who has been deemed surplus to requirements at Eastlands by manager Roberto Mancini.

And while Cardiff would not confirm a deal had been agreed with Bellamy, it is thought the 31-year-old striker could complete a loan move on Monday.

A Cardiff spokesman told Press Association Sport: "With the number and the names of the clubs being mentioned in connection to Craig it is flattering that we are an option, but at this stage it is pure speculation.

"Being connected to a player of this calibre shows how far we have come, to be even considered in a deal like this.

"We would love it to happen of course, but we are by no means alone in this."


Bellamy suggested earlier in the week that he would be open to a move to club he supported as a boy.

At a press conference in Cardiff prior to Wales' friendly against Luxembourg, he said: "I have always wanted to play for Cardiff. I've never been shy in saying that.

"My wife and kids live here, I've missed them now for the last five or six years, so that would have more of a pull to me than most.

"I will have to wait and see and see what options are possible but I certainly wouldn't rule it out."

He continued: "Would I love to get Cardiff City to the Premier League? Of course I would.

"I feel I'd have more of an impact doing that than playing 100 games for Wales. For us to move forward as a nation football-wise, we need a Premier League team."

Bluebirds manager Dave Jones has also spoken of his desire to lure Bellamy to south Wales, but admitted the club were likely to face stiff competition for the player's signature.

Speaking after his side's 2-1 victory at Derby, Jones said: "If it happens, it would be fantastic and we would all love him to be here but there are bigger fish for him."

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Yeah great, Wales captain playing in the Championship, just what we need


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Yeah great, Wales captain playing in the Championship, just what we need


Has to be better than him staying at City and not playing? Know what you mean though. Not sure how willing City would be allowing him to go to a premier league rival, or even if they'll have any choice as they need to get rid of so many players. :dunno: Be good for Cardiff though, a real swoop.

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Reports suggesting Craig Bellamy has been granted permission to train with Cardiff are premature at best, Press Association Sport understands.

And Sky Sports News are reporting Cardiff boss Dave Jones has told them there has been no contact between them and Manchester City about Bellamy.

Speculation had mounted that Bellamy was edging closer to a switch to his hometown club, with Man City manager Roberto Mancini apparently having given him the all-clear for him to link up with the npower Championship outfit at their Vale of Glamorgan training ground.

But that is not believed to be the case, with the Bluebirds squad not even taking part in training today, while there have been no new developments since Cardiff issued a statement last night.

A spokesman for the south Wales club yesterday evening said: "With the number and the names of the clubs being mentioned in connection to Craig it is flattering that we are an option, but at this stage it is pure speculation.

"Being connected to a player of this calibre shows how far we have come, to be even considered in a deal like this.

"We would love it to happen of course, but we are by no means alone in this."

Tottenham are also believed to be interested in his services although whether Manchester City would sell to a rival for Champions League football remains highly unlikely.

Celtic, Fulham and indeed Cardiff, among other interested parties, remain more viable alternatives for Bellamy, who has been deemed surplus to requirements at Eastlands.

Some bookmakers yesterday stopped taking bets on Bellamy linking up with the club he has supported since he was a boy.

But it appears a switch back to south Wales may not yet, at least, be such a forgone conclusion.

One of the main sticking points regarding any potential move could be Bellamy's wages, with cash-strapped Cardiff far from able to meet the current amount the striker is paid at Eastlands.

But the Wales captain's desire to play for Cardiff cannot be questioned.

At a press conference in the Welsh capital prior to last week's friendly against Luxembourg, Bellamy said: "I have always wanted to play for Cardiff. I've never been shy in saying that.

"My wife and kids live here, I've missed them now for the last five or six years, so that would have more of a pull to me than most.

"I will have to wait and see and see what options are possible but I certainly wouldn't rule it out."


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His time at Manchester City seems to be done, with The Guardian reporting that he is no longer welcome at their training ground, and has been 'ordered to stay away until a deal has been arranged to find him a new club'.

That paper believes Cardiff are the favourites, but warn that reports suggesting a deal was all set to be signed are premature, with 'City turning down a request from the Championship club to pay part of Bellamy's £95,000-a-week salary.'

City would apparently prefer to sell, and that fits with The Daily Mirror's theory that Tottenham are closing on a move, with the club willing to pay a cut-price £2million for the 31-year-old.

Fulham and Celtic are the other two clubs interested, it says here.

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He'd actually be much better off financially if he stayed at City/home on Saturdays and collected his wages - how long is left on his contract? Can't see anyone matching that, so it's pay cut or career on hold. And what were City thinking :lol:

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I think he'd be more than willing to take a pay cut to go to Cardiff, but whether it would be enough of a cut that Cardiff could afford I'm not sure. Whoever gets him is getting a bargain. I think he's a brilliant player when focused, it's just his attitude that needs keeping in check.

I'd love him to go to Cardiff and get them in the Prem, that'd be brilliant!

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Craig Bellamy's season-long loan move to Cardiff has been confirmed by Manchester City.

The 31-year-old Wales captain will be unveiled at a press conference in Cardiff this afternoon.

A statement on Manchester City's official website read: "Manchester City can confirm that Craig Bellamy has agreed to join Championship club Cardiff City on a season-long loan.

"He will be officially unveiled in south Wales later today and, subject to Premier League and Football League ratification, will join up with Dave Jones' side in time to make his debut at home to Doncaster Rovers at the weekend."

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1979: Born Cardiff, July 13.

1996: Joins Norwich as a trainee and during four years at Carrow Road makes 84 appearances, scoring 32 goals.

2000: August - Joins Coventry for £6.5million.

September - Sent off for violent conduct in Wales' 2-1 defeat away to Belarus - the first Welsh player to be sent off for five years.

2001: June - Signs for Newcastle for £6million after netting just six goals in 34 games for Coventry.

September 12 - Scores quickest hat-trick in Newcastle's history after coming off the bench against Brentford in the Worthington Cup, netting a treble in 14 minutes.

December - Slams former club Coventry as "rubbish", claiming he took a backward step by moving there from Norwich.

2002: September - Headbutts Dynamo Kiev defender Tiberiu Ghioane in Champions League clash and given three-game European ban.

November - Sent off for tangling with Marco Materazzi during Inter Milan's 4-1 win at St James' Park and subsequently banned for another three European games.

2004: March - Reported to have thrown a chair at club coach John Carver during an argument at Newcastle Airport prior to a UEFA Cup match against Real Mallorca.

October - Apologises to manager Graeme Souness for a training-ground bust up, sparked by his reaction to being substituted at Charlton which was caught by television cameras.

2005: January 25 - Fined two weeks' wages for branding Souness a "liar" in a TV interview.

January 28 - Birmingham agree a £6million fee with Newcastle for the player.

January 31 - Turns down move to Birmingham to join Celtic on loan until end of the season.

May 15 - Souness rules out a reconciliation and return to St James' Park for Bellamy. "I reiterate, Craig Bellamy can never play for me again," he says.

July - Joins Blackburn for £5million after agreeing a four-year deal at Ewood Park.

2006: June - Joins Liverpool for £6million.

2007: February - Bellamy and team-mate John Arne Riise are involved in a bust-up during Liverpool's training camp in Portugal. In the next game he scores Liverpool's first and sets up Riise's winner in a 2-1 win over Barcelona in the Champions League.

May - On the bench as Liverpool are beaten by AC Milan in the Champions League final.

June - Appointed Wales captain following Ryan Giggs' retirement from international football.

July 10 - Completes £7.5million transfer to West Ham, signing a five-year deal.

2008: August 26 - Hammers chief executive Scott Duxbury insists the club have "absolutely no intention" of selling Bellamy amid reported interest from Manchester City.

2009: January 16 - Offered new contract by West Ham.

January 19 - Signs a four-and-a-half year contract with Manchester City for an undisclosed fee.

January 28 - Marks his City debut with the winner in a 2-1 win over Newcastle.

September - City back Bellamy after he clashes with a fan who invaded the Old Trafford pitch during the Manchester derby.

December - Insists new City manager Roberto Mancini has his full support.

2010: August - Admits he could walk away from football if he is not included in Mancini's 25-man Premier League squad. Mancini reveals Bellamy, who has been linked with Fulham, Celtic and Sunderland, does not have a future at Eastlands.

August 15 - Cardiff reveal they are interested in bringing Bellamy to his hometown club on loan.

August 17 - Joins Cardiff on a season-long loan deal.

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Good signing for Cardiff, and he needed somewhere to go... besides, 'Arry can't sign everyone. :snigger: Means City won't be getting their money back though. Wonder who'll be next out of the Eastlands exit door?

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