Wilfried Zaha Cardiff City
Profile of the English footballer Wilfried Zaha, who currently plays as a midfielder at Cardiff City. The 21-year old player Zaha joined Cardiff from Man Utd and wears the number 36 shirt.
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Wilfried Zaha : Cardiff City News
“Wilfried Zaha has admitted he must improve his game if he wants to resurrect his Manchester United career.”
“Zaha was signed for £15million by former United manager Sir Alex Ferguson but struggled to impress his successor David Moyes and was farmed out on loan to Cardiff last season.”
“Wilfried Zaha has insisted that he is determined to make the most of a fresh start at Manchester United this summer.”
“Wilfried Zaha is hoping to impress new manager Louis van Gaal, having returned to Manchester United following his loan spell at Cardiff.”
“Wilfried Zaha is determined to prove at the club following the arrival of Louis van Gaal. Zaha struggled to make an impact under Van Gaal's predecessor David Moyes and was loaned out to Cardiff for the latter part of last season.”
“Manchester United's Wilfried Zaha is looking forward to a "clean state" at Old Trafford but made just two appearances for the club in his first season before being loaned out to Cardiff City.”
“Wilfried Zaha is determined boss Louis van Gaal's plans. Zaha was signed for £15million by former United manager Sir Alex Ferguson but struggled to impress his successor David Moyes and was farmed out on loan to Cardiff last season.”
“The strange case of Wilfried Zaha and his role as a Manchester United skids and he became increasingly frustrated until accepting a loan deal to Cardiff City in January.”
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