Derby And Southampton In For Cunningham?

Posted on April 30, 2006 
Filed Under Blues News

That’s the rumour in the Daily Star today.

Kenny is out of contract in the summer and is free to talk to any club he wishes. Blues might well try and convince the influential (but aging – he’ll be 35 in June) centre-half to try and sign a short-term contract for an attempt at bouncing straight back up to the Premiership.
Kenny’s been one of the better performers over the last four years in the Premiership although the last year or so have really began to show signs of him losing his legs. I wouldn’t mind seeing him stick around for another year – especially if the rumours of Blues signing Leicester City centre-half Patrick Kisnorbo turn out to be false.

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  1. Joys & Sorrows » Blog Archive » Cunningham : Blues Are The Most Important Thing on May 2nd, 2006 9:19 am

    [...] The player is out of contract in June and has already been linked with Championship rivals Derby and Southampton. [...]

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