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Fulham - Healy Linked to Cardiff!

We didn't think it would be long until the future of our Northern Ireland striker would appear on the transfer rumour pages.

After all, the signings of Bobby Zamora and Andrew Johnson have left us a little heavy when it comes to the striking options.

The latest club to register a reported interest in Healy are Cardiff City with their manager, Dave Jones, keen to sign Healy to boost his sides chances of promotion.

Since last year Cardiff have dispensed with the services of Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink and Robbie Fowler.

It is thought that Cardiff are willing to offer 1.2 million for the services of the Irish international but a possible stumbling block remains Healy's desire to remain in the Premier League.

We'll keep you posted regarding any developments.

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The Journalist

Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday August 13 2008

Time: 4:34PM

Your Comments

He can do better than this bunch of *****, never liked Cardiff, they spoil Wales!
Al Billy
wot the place or the team?
no! the supporters!
Al Billy
al billy iom from wales and i support fulham i think cardiff areok but they do flirt with administration alot butu think healy would be a good addition hes not premier league level so u no
It'd probably be a good idea to get rid of two of our strikers. I reckon you might see EJ go out on loan and either John or Healy go. I'd prefer John to be shown the door personally. That'd leave us Zamora, Johnson, Nevland, Healy, Kamara (when fit), Dempsey, Seol who can all play as striker in a team where RH began his term playing primarily 4-5-1
I would like to see John stay. They can give us Loovens and 1.2million and its a deal!
boca03 - sorry mate - I was only being a little naughty!
Al Billy
I hope we keep hold of Healy and John to be honest! They're both good finishers of the ball and it's great to have some back up. Would prefer to see Dempsey and Seol playing on the wings if anywhere and to have Kamara there too. But to be honest we have alot of options which is really great especially if we get hit by some injuries! Always good to have a strong bench!

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