After the Brentford game Warnock wasnt happy with the lack of options on the bench and wanted a squad player who could cover a load of positions... Seems like he's gone for one of the most versatile of the lot...
Or maybe Roger Gibbons or Nicky Plataneur
Names been mentioned elsewhere now, so, Greg Halford.
Defender, Midfielder and Striker all in one and a long throw to rival Gunarsson.
No more than a squad player i'd imagine, but fits the bill of the versatile all-rounder that Warnock was after.
Last edited by ccfcwelshlad; 05-01-17 at 23:04.
Halford done deal
I read a largely positive Q and A with a QPR fan at the time of Warnock's appointment by City in which it was said that we should expect "underwhelming" signings that often work. Well. for me. Halford, at 32 and having only played fourteen times this season for what is obviously the Championship's weakest team, falls into the underwhelming category and I dread to think what the reaction would have been on here if exactly the same signing had been made by Russell Slade - i suppose it all depends now on whether the QPR fan was right about the second part of what he said.
The cost I've seen is 100K which makes it quite a risk free signing.