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Derby Want to Make Cywka Switch Permanent

Derby Want to Make Cywka Switch Permanent


Derby County are keen on making Tomasz Cywka`s temporary switch from Wigan Athletic a permanent one following another sound performance for the Rams against Crystal Palace on Saturday.

Although the young Pole was withdrawn in the second half of the game he`d already done enough to excite Derby boss Nigel Clough who sang his praises when speaking to the press Clough said: "Tomasz gets hold of the ball, though he got tired in the second half and got a couple of knocks as well, that`s why he came off.

"He is a player we would like to have around either on loan or permanently, so we will be exploring that.

"He has only played a couple of games for us but he has looked lively and bright. He has done the same when we have seen him play for Wigan`s reserves this season, so he will get another start against Bristol City next week and we will take it from there."

"There is always room in your squad for players like Cywka "





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Writer:Barry Worthington
Date:Monday April 19 2010
Time: 6:35PM

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He deserves a chance somewhere rather than being stuck in our reserves
worbo
19/04/2010 18:38:00
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I hope he doesnt leave us permanently.
centrelink1
20/04/2010 10:23:00
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