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Nardiello in Limbo

Daniel Nardiello was today left in no mans land with the club that have held the biggest interest, Barnsley, have refused to make a bid for the Welsh striker.

Nardiello joined the R`s from the Tykes last summer under John Gregory`s reign as manager but failed to make an impact under three Rangers managers in his short spell in W12.

In the January transfer window he went back to Barnsley with his tail firmly between his legs after refusing to sign a deal and instead opting for QPR. The deal to take him to Barnsley was on loan until the end of the season.

He made 13 appearances for the Tykes scoring 1 goal, however that was not enough to impress manager Simon Davey to bring him back to Oakwell, here speaking to the Barnsley Official Website:

"We have let Daniel return to QPR and will not be pursuing a longer deal"

With Barnsley rejecting the striker there are rumours that relegated Derby County and F.A. Cup finalists Cardiff City are interested in recruiting the striker, but the price tag isn`t set to be weighty as Nardiello only has a year left of a two year deal signed last summer.

Do you think that Nardiello should be given a chance, or let go? We want to know YOUR thoughts!

To have your say you can comment in the space provided below, or chat about it on the forum.

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Writer: Boxer Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday May 13 2008

Time: 12:41PM

Your Comments

he knows where the net is, but needs about 20 straight games to find it consistently.
mattyg
He's been accused of laziness by the majority of Barnsley support that I speak to, and every time I see him he stands offside, then winges that he's been given offside...!
Boxer
Send him to the Millwall!!!!
Karld
like i said so what he won't remain here unless dowie says so and i think he never ever will be injury free, yes he can score but playing 20 games a season is not good
ozanne park rangers
 

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