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The bizarre Edin Dzeko transfer rumours and what you can actually expect from Cardiff City in January

Wales Online Tuesday, 16 October 2018
The bizarre Edin Dzeko transfer rumours and what you can actually expect from Cardiff City in JanuarySurprising links with the former Man City striker may not reflect how the Bluebirds' January window will unfold
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