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Cardiff boss McCarthy tried and failed for the frontman in the January window.

And he is keen to take him on a free transfer in the summer.

The former Blackburn Rovers frontman arrived at Wednesday from Middlesbrough in a £10m deal in 2017.

He has scored just 14 times in 87 appearances in the Championship for them - including three this term.

Meanwhile, Wednesday’s owner Dejphon Chansiri has put off potential new managers by offering a contract that only lasts for the season.

Chansiri fears the financial impact of relegation.

And short-list candidates have been told long-term deals are out.

 

McCarthy in for Rhodes. 
 

Managers put off by Chansiri only offering a deal while the end of the season. 

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If true, I'm glad we didn't get McCarthy.

 

No manager should be wanting Rhodes at this level if they want to be competitive.

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Don't care where Rhodes goes, we don't play him so up to him where he signs when his contract expires.

 

As for the manager, the contract length is pathetic. Managers aren't going to want to work to prove themselves with both hands tied behind their back under Chansiri. About time he appoints now on the basis of next season, in L1 

 

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5 minutes ago, devonshire owl said:

Hasn't McCarthy and Pearson only got deals to the end of the season.

Didn't really run the risk of it resulting in relegation though for them. Or at least extremely unlikely

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28 minutes ago, 0114 said:

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Cardiff boss McCarthy tried and failed for the frontman in the January window.

And he is keen to take him on a free transfer in the summer.

The former Blackburn Rovers frontman arrived at Wednesday from Middlesbrough in a £10m deal in 2017.

He has scored just 14 times in 87 appearances in the Championship for them - including three this term.

Meanwhile, Wednesday’s owner Dejphon Chansiri has put off potential new managers by offering a contract that only lasts for the season.

Chansiri fears the financial impact of relegation.

And short-list candidates have been told long-term deals are out.

 

McCarthy in for Rhodes. 
 

Managers put off by Chansiri only offering a deal while the end of the season. 

 

Chansiri fears the financial impact of relegation. 

 

I bet he does! We can't even pay players now. If we go down (which we look like doing) we're in serious trouble.

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27 minutes ago, 0742 said:

If true, I'm glad we didn't get McCarthy.

 

No manager should be wanting Rhodes at this level if they want to be competitive.

Having Rhodes in your squad on 1/3 of the wages hes on now wouldnt be a bad thing. 

Id take that over having a Kachunga for example. But I dont think he can have a side built around him anymore thats for sure. 

 

Cardiff under McCarthy, with Moore up front along side him? That's probably what he needs in a side tbf.

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1 minute ago, WhiteOwl91 said:

 

Chansiri fears the financial impact of relegation. 

 

I bet he does! We can't even pay players now. If we go down (which we look like doing) we're in serious trouble.

Just wait until he sees the ticket revenue when fans don't want to pay to watch dogshit.

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2 minutes ago, WhiteOwl91 said:

 

Chansiri fears the financial impact of relegation. 

 

I bet he does! We can't even pay players now. If we go down (which we look like doing) we're in serious trouble.

It’s quite a serious statement that. It could mean a whole array of things but not willing to give a manager a contract beyond the summer seems quite strange. 

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1 minute ago, @owlstalk said:

 


McCarthy would/will never ever play Rhodes on his own up front as a target man like we do

Quite hilarious that we've tried to play him as a replacement for Hooper when he was injured (Rhodes cant link play like that) 

 

And as a lone target man like Fletcher (when he isnt a lone target man  like that) 

 

We spent £10m on a striker who operates best with a target man next to him, yet rarely even bothered to do it. 

 

Can see why we're where we are can't you? 

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'Meanwhile, Wednesday’s owner Dejphon Chansiri has put off potential new managers by offering a contract that only lasts for the season.

Chansiri fears the financial impact of relegation.'

 

You know what 's increased our chances of relegation?

 

Failing to hire a manager and coaching team with more than half the season remaining and instead hoping our U23s coach can keep pulling rabbits out of the hat.

 

If managers don't want to join a club in our position without the security of a longer contract, that's entirely understandable. Our situation isn't comparable to the likes of Bristol City or Cardiff where managers have been happy to take on short-term deals.

 

If Chansiri wanted to avoid relegation and all that comes with it, he's gone about it in completely the wrong way as far as I'm concerned.

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