Richards makes Robins switch

Bristol City have signed Cardiff goalkeeper Dave Richards on an emergency loan deal which will be made permanent in January.

Last Updated: 25/10/13 at 14:20

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The 19-year-old will provide cover for Frank Fielding, who missed the midweek defeat to Brentford with a hand injury, and competition for his former Bluebirds team-mate Elliot Parish.

Robins goalkeeping coach Lee Kendall has revealed the club tried to sign Richards in time for Tuesday's game but international clearance held the deal up. The shot-stopper is expected to feature regularly for Bristol City's development side.

"Competition is important to push each other and keep everyone on top of their game," said Kendall.

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