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ENGLAND/ OFFICIAL, Cardiff City, Kim Bo-Kyung city deal confirmed

27.07.2012 14.22 by TM W  read 723
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Cardiff City Football Club is pleased to confirm that South Korean International midfielder Kim Bo-Kyung has joined the Club on a three year contract from J. League Division 1 side Cerezo Osaka in Japan.

Subject to the Club completing necessary work permit processes, Kim will finalise his move after his London 2012 Olympic commitments with the South Korea national side. He will then link up with the Cardiff City squad in preparation for the start of the 2012/13 season.


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