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Cork Leaves St. Mary's

Cork Leaves St. Mary's

Jack Cork has joined Championship rivals Watford on loan.

Cork, who has played 25 times this season for the Saints, has excelled in a red and white shirt.

On loan from Chelsea, the 19 year old has decided the leave the Saints and join fellow Championship strugglers Watford.

Cork's loan ran out on December 31st, and the versatile player assessed his options and chose to join up with ex-Chelsea reserve coach - Brendan Rodgers. Rodgers took over the Hornets a few months ago and his involvement with Watford has certainly swayed Cork's mind to leave St. Mary's.



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Writer:Abe Hawken
Date:Friday January 2 2009
Time: 7:08PM

Comments

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GUTTED! I can't believe he has gone. He was our best defender by a country mile!
abesaint
02/01/2009 19:10:00
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came as a bit of a shock to us as well, but I guess he knew brendan and had no qualms about going to Vicarage Road!
merlin
02/01/2009 19:18:00
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He is a top player. I don't think he has missed a game for us this season and he has looked a different class compared to our other defenrders. He can also play in defensive midfield which is another strength. He's only 19 and he's definately going places.
abesaint
02/01/2009 19:26:00
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Saints loss is Watfords gain.........
lincolnblue
03/01/2009 12:18:00
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unlukie for not keeping him
lil blackpoolgas
16/01/2009 18:50:00
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