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David Marshall

David Marshall

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  1. Kim leaves Cardiff City

    Kim Bo-Kyung leaves Cardiff City with goalkeeper David Marshall out for two to three weeks with an ankle injury. FULL ARTICLE AT BBC Sport

  2. Cardiff City goalkeeper David Marshall is interesting Everton . read more FULL ARTICLE AT Tribalfootball.com

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David James Marshall (born 5 March 1985) is a Scottish footballer who plays for Cardiff City as a goalkeeper. He is also a current Scotland international. Marshall, a product of Celtic's youth academy, made his debut for the club as a substitute against St. Johnstone at Celtic Park. Although first team opportunities were limited, he excelled in Celtic's reserve team under the management of then... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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