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Cardiff City player makes temporary departure

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Cardiff City have confirmed the departure of striker Omar Bogle, who joins Eredivisie side ADO Den Haag on a loan deal until the end of the season.

The 27-year-old joins up with Alan Pardew and Chris Powell at the Dutch side until May 11th, Cardiff City announced on their official website.

Bogle becomes the fourth Bluebirds player to leave the club this January, after Bobby Decordova-Reid, Gary Madine and Ciaron Brown.

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The forward has struggled for game time this season at the Cardiff City Stadium, playing a total of 318 minutes of football over 12 appearances during 2018-19.

Bogle has not made Cardiff’s last eleven Championship match day squads, and is currently not part of Neil Harris’s first-team plans.

He currently finds himself behind Robert Glatzel and Danny Ward in the pecking order at the club.

It will be the 27-year-old’s fourth loan spell away from the Welsh capital, previously spending time at Peterborough United, Birmingham and Portsmouth.

The forward joined the South Wales side in August 2017 from Wigan Athletic for a fee reported to be close to £700,000, but Bogle has made a total of just 24 appearances, scoring four goals.

The Verdict

Barely featuring so far for Cardiff since Neil Harris took charge in November, it was looking inevitable that Bogle would depart the club this month.

Wales Online reported the initial links with ADO Den Haag earlier this week, and the forward joins a club deep in a relegation scrap in the Eredivisie, as Alan Pardew’s side sit second from bottom.

With a lack of opportunities coming Bogle’s way since joining Cardiff in 2017, it remains to be seen if the forward will look for a permanent move away from the club once his loan deal comes to an end in May.


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