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Neil Etheridge: Goalkeeper may stay at Cardiff City with Joe Day leaving instead

BBC News Thursday, 16 January 2020 ()
Boss Neil Harris says Neil Etheridge could stay at Cardiff City with fellow goalkeeper Joe Day a contender to leave instead.
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