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Dudka and Fahey

Former Birmingham City midfielder Dariusz Dudka has returned to his homeland to sign for Wisla Krakow, a month and a half after his ill-fated spell at St Andrews came to an end.

In an interview with naszemiasto.pl (link is in Polish) on signing for Wisla, Dudka talked about his stay at Blues. Dudka told the website that he was in an uncomfortable situation when on trial as he wasn’t sure if he would be signed, but that Blues did and that Clark was pleased with him. However, there seems to be a bit of bitterness in the fact that he only made two appearances and he said that after the Middlesbrough game he was told by Clark that there was no money to keep him at the club.

On the plus side, Dudka is complimentary about the Blues setup, stating that Blues was the only club he played for with a better training ground than at Wisla Krakow, slating those of Auxerre and Valencia.

Keith Fahey has scored on his return to playing action with St Patrick’s Athletic, scoring a free-kick in St Pat’s 2-1 win over Dundalk in the Leinster Senior Cup. There is a fan shot video of the goal here whilst Fahey posted a different video on his instagram account here.

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