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    Jazz Richards


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    Re: Jazz Richards

    Quote Originally Posted by City123 View Post
    This is quite astonishing. Remember that performance for Wales at the CCS? Itís a great reminder of the fine line between the haves and the have nots in professional football and how injury can tip the scales so easily. Good luck to the lad I say. I hope he can work his way back up the ladder.

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    Wow, I can only assume money isn't everything for him as surely there were better paid deals out there. Good on him, wasn't to long ago he was playing at this level.

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    I'd love to see him back at a higher level. I remember hearing an interview with him on Radio Wales when he was a very young player at Swansea and it struck me how intelligent and level headed he sounded.

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    A WOL article was suggesting that Cardiff re-sign him as an emergency injury measure. Can't envisage that but he'd. certainly thrive in the wing back role. Unfortunately he can't defend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RonnieBird View Post
    A WOL article was suggesting that Cardiff re-sign him as an emergency injury measure. Can't envisage that but he'd. certainly thrive in the wing back role. Unfortunately he can't defend.
    It sounds a bit ironic to talk about Jazz Richards as an injury measure..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rock_Flock_of_Five View Post
    It sounds a bit ironic to talk about Jazz Richards as an injury measure..
    Excellent reply !

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    Better to be playing than not?

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    https://www.walesonline.co.uk/sport/...rdiff-18492748

    This interview from last summer sheds some light on his situation.

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    Always a Bluebird!

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    Re: Jazz Richards

    Tidy set up is Haverfordwest, tidy little stadium and pitch and a really nice clubhouse. I would recommend anyone going to watch a bit of Welsh Premier football when everything gets back to normal. Cup of tea, bacon roll for under £3 and local loons to entertain and chat to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuerto View Post
    Tidy set up is Haverfordwest, tidy little stadium and pitch and a really nice clubhouse. I would recommend anyone going to watch a bit of Welsh Premier football when everything gets back to normal. Cup of tea, bacon roll for under £3 and local loons to entertain and chat to.
    And a fiver entry.

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    Is it going to be another situation similar to the one where Neath FC was paying Lee Trundle £10k a month which eventually bankrupt them?

    I certainly hope not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuerto View Post
    Tidy set up is Haverfordwest, tidy little stadium and pitch and a really nice clubhouse. I would recommend anyone going to watch a bit of Welsh Premier football when everything gets back to normal. Cup of tea, bacon roll for under £3 and local loons to entertain and chat to.
    I saw a few games there before the pandemic started and I tell you what, Haverfordwest would give City the proverbial run for their money. They play a quick passing game with little or no hoofball in evidence. I'm sure Jazz will get a great welcome there. I wish him well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gofer Blue View Post
    I saw a few games there before the pandemic started and I tell you what, Haverfordwest would give City the proverbial run for their money. They play a quick passing game with little or no hoofball in evidence. I'm sure Jazz will get a great welcome there. I wish him well.
    They'd get absolutely murdered by City. It would be embarrassing.

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    I remember he played really well when we beat Belgium in Cardiff. Hard to believe there are not League sides interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gofer Blue View Post
    I saw a few games there before the pandemic started and I tell you what, Haverfordwest would give City the proverbial run for their money. They play a quick passing game with little or no hoofball in evidence. I'm sure Jazz will get a great welcome there. I wish him well.
    😂😂😂

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pearcey3 View Post
    I remember he played really well when we beat Belgium in Cardiff. Hard to believe there are not League sides interested.
    Had Hazard in his back pocket. I think given his personal problems, he might want to stay closer to home? Still, surprised he didn't end up at Newport or something if that was the case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pedro de la Rosa View Post
    Had Hazard in his back pocket. I think given his personal problems, he might want to stay closer to home? Still, surprised he didn't end up at Newport or something if that was the case.
    Is he worth taking a risk on? Horrendous injury problems, 29 years of age, it's not going to get better, and how long has he been out of the game? He might have had enough of the hassle of being a pro.

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    Re: Jazz Richards

    Quote Originally Posted by Pedro de la Rosa View Post
    They'd get absolutely murdered by City. It would be embarrassing.
    I always chuckle when people say "Club X would give City a game" when that club is always at least 2 divisions below us in the football pyramid or in the Welsh leagues. They wouldn't, they'd get torn apart.

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