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Javan Vidal Heading For The Championship

Manchester City youngster Javan Vidal told Sky Sports earlier today that he is hoping for a loan move to the Championship once he recovers from injury.

The 21-year-old right back said...

'The loan switch has been put on hold for a bit unfortunately. That is still the plan when I regain my fitness because I'm looking forward to going out and getting some games under my belt.'

'Obviously you want to play at the highest level possible, so I will be looking for a move to the Championship before considering the drop below that level.'

'It is all about getting games under your belt and getting your name out there a lot more because reserve team football can't compare with first-team level.'


Vidal added...

'It is a great experience and the chance to play senior football each week is something I am looking forward to doing again.'

Manchester born Vidal has previously had loan spells with Derby County, Aberdeen and Grimsby Town.






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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday October 26 2010

Time: 8:37PM

Your Comments

Not a bad young player but hasn't progressed enough and will never make the grade at our club.
StuMCFC
the great thing about our academy is that it produces quality players year after year. Only the best of the best will get into the City squad, but anyone who doesnt make the grade is guarenteed to be of a high enough standard to make a career out of football.
eighthsin
Yeah, Vidal is definitely good enough to play in the Championship I think, along with most of the EDS. Not sure yet how many might make it in the Premier League, let alone City. There are some with a lot of potential like Mee, Trippier, Ibrahim, Nimely, and of course Guidetti, but as Vlad Weiss has shown us by not making it with us (yet, and this may be his last season to prove he can), it is incredibly difficult. Boyata breaking through to the first team shows how much potential he has.
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