Striker David McDaid signs York City deal

DAVID McDaid has completed his move from Derry to York City for a small fee.

But the League of Ireland striker will not be eligible to make his debut at Gillingham tomorrow as international clearance was not secured in time.

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3:01pm Fri 25 Jan 13

coin pratts brother says...

Reedy in talks with Chester F.C. and my source is a phone call from a chester fan,who lives by his parents in North Wales,but hes hoping Wrexham steps in.
Reedy in talks with Chester F.C. and my source is a phone call from a chester fan,who lives by his parents in North Wales,but hes hoping Wrexham steps in. coin pratts brother

3:03pm Fri 25 Jan 13

nomadic85 says...

coin pratts brother wrote:
Reedy in talks with Chester F.C. and my source is a phone call from a chester fan,who lives by his parents in North Wales,but hes hoping Wrexham steps in.
funny that, given his parents don't even live in North Wales
[quote][p][bold]coin pratts brother[/bold] wrote: Reedy in talks with Chester F.C. and my source is a phone call from a chester fan,who lives by his parents in North Wales,but hes hoping Wrexham steps in.[/p][/quote]funny that, given his parents don't even live in North Wales nomadic85

3:24pm Fri 25 Jan 13

coin pratts brother says...

So where do they live smart arse,they live in Connahs Quay, prove it wrong then,and you will lose,I dont comment on here very often but when i do its right,over to you ! He will be a Chester player by next week,watch this space......
So where do they live smart arse,they live in Connahs Quay, prove it wrong then,and you will lose,I dont comment on here very often but when i do its right,over to you ! He will be a Chester player by next week,watch this space...... coin pratts brother

3:26pm Fri 25 Jan 13

omse82 says...

GM also looking at a couple of others ireland. Dean Jarvis and Michael McCrudden both from Institute FC jarvis being looked at by a premiership club also!!!

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GM also looking at a couple of others ireland. Dean Jarvis and Michael McCrudden both from Institute FC jarvis being looked at by a premiership club also!!! http://www.londonder rysentinel.co.uk/spo rt/football/round-up /snow-could-scupper- duo-s-move-to-york-1 -4711207 omse82

4:13pm Fri 25 Jan 13

lord_love_rocket says...

coin pratts brother wrote:
Reedy in talks with Chester F.C. and my source is a phone call from a chester fan,who lives by his parents in North Wales,but hes hoping Wrexham steps in.
That didn't make much sense. He could have gone to Chester in the summer, £10,000 fee agreed I heard but he turned it down, hope it's true in any case
[quote][p][bold]coin pratts brother[/bold] wrote: Reedy in talks with Chester F.C. and my source is a phone call from a chester fan,who lives by his parents in North Wales,but hes hoping Wrexham steps in.[/p][/quote]That didn't make much sense. He could have gone to Chester in the summer, £10,000 fee agreed I heard but he turned it down, hope it's true in any case lord_love_rocket

5:00pm Fri 25 Jan 13

openallhours says...

Could be a good signing this one and he'll give us the height we've been missing up front.

Not a bad transfer window for us so far and fingers crossed they'll all settle well.
Could be a good signing this one and he'll give us the height we've been missing up front. Not a bad transfer window for us so far and fingers crossed they'll all settle well. openallhours

5:38pm Fri 25 Jan 13

duffy says...

I'm quite hopeful of this signing given the feedback from fans of Derry.
I'm quite hopeful of this signing given the feedback from fans of Derry. duffy

5:46pm Fri 25 Jan 13

Dortmun says...

By Kevin McLaughlin
Published on Friday 25 January 2013 12:01

WITH just over a week before the transfer window closes, Institute pair Dean Jarvis and Michael McCrudden could be on their way out.

Unfortunately any move across to England could all depend on the weather changing.

The talented duo travelled to York City last week to train with the League Two side, however the Minstermen boss Gary Mills would like to have another look at the pair, after they were unable to play in a match type situation and could only train indoors.

With the terrible snowy conditions continuing the chances of the pair getting back across in time before the deadline are getting slimmer and slimmer.

It’s also thought that a mid-table English Premier League club are also looking at Jarvis.

Mills, who also talked to former Derry City striker David McDaid this week, did confirm that he’s interested in both players.

“They both done well and I’m currently talking to Paul about certainly circumstances, so yes something might happen before the deadline next week,” conceded Mills.

“Unfortunately the snow disrupted our prepartions, which was disappointing, we had arranged a game against Sunderland, but that was cancelled because of the weather, but both players certainly did well and we’ll see if something might happen before the transfer window closes.

“As for David we have offered him something we are now at the stage of waiting to see if he puts pen to paper.”

’Stute boss Paul Kee does admit he may lose the services of the duo.

“Both Michael and Dean enjoyed it at York, now they have to monitor the next eight days in regards the weather, but I can also confirm that one or two other teams are interested in Jarvis,” he admitted.

“We possibly could see both Michael and Dean leave before the transfer deadline, the weather is going to play a part if anything is going to happen, in fairness to the two boys they have put in a good shift with the team all season, so if they were to go then it would be a big loss for us.

Kee feels the Waterside men could lose more of their top young talented players in the not to distant future.

“We see ourselves as a developed club,” he stated.

“Obviously for the young players at the club, both Michael and Dean have excelled and I’m sure other players at our club in the next six months, will too get a chance at playing across the water.
By Kevin McLaughlin Published on Friday 25 January 2013 12:01 WITH just over a week before the transfer window closes, Institute pair Dean Jarvis and Michael McCrudden could be on their way out. Unfortunately any move across to England could all depend on the weather changing. The talented duo travelled to York City last week to train with the League Two side, however the Minstermen boss Gary Mills would like to have another look at the pair, after they were unable to play in a match type situation and could only train indoors. With the terrible snowy conditions continuing the chances of the pair getting back across in time before the deadline are getting slimmer and slimmer. It’s also thought that a mid-table English Premier League club are also looking at Jarvis. Mills, who also talked to former Derry City striker David McDaid this week, did confirm that he’s interested in both players. “They both done well and I’m currently talking to Paul about certainly circumstances, so yes something might happen before the deadline next week,” conceded Mills. “Unfortunately the snow disrupted our prepartions, which was disappointing, we had arranged a game against Sunderland, but that was cancelled because of the weather, but both players certainly did well and we’ll see if something might happen before the transfer window closes. “As for David we have offered him something we are now at the stage of waiting to see if he puts pen to paper.” ’Stute boss Paul Kee does admit he may lose the services of the duo. “Both Michael and Dean enjoyed it at York, now they have to monitor the next eight days in regards the weather, but I can also confirm that one or two other teams are interested in Jarvis,” he admitted. “We possibly could see both Michael and Dean leave before the transfer deadline, the weather is going to play a part if anything is going to happen, in fairness to the two boys they have put in a good shift with the team all season, so if they were to go then it would be a big loss for us. Kee feels the Waterside men could lose more of their top young talented players in the not to distant future. “We see ourselves as a developed club,” he stated. “Obviously for the young players at the club, both Michael and Dean have excelled and I’m sure other players at our club in the next six months, will too get a chance at playing across the water. Dortmun

6:47pm Fri 25 Jan 13

Yorkie41 says...

coin pratts brother wrote:
Reedy in talks with Chester F.C. and my source is a phone call from a chester fan,who lives by his parents in North Wales,but hes hoping Wrexham steps in.
I hardly think he would go to Chester as they are going to stay part timers.
[quote][p][bold]coin pratts brother[/bold] wrote: Reedy in talks with Chester F.C. and my source is a phone call from a chester fan,who lives by his parents in North Wales,but hes hoping Wrexham steps in.[/p][/quote]I hardly think he would go to Chester as they are going to stay part timers. Yorkie41

6:53pm Fri 25 Jan 13

Yorkie41 says...

nomadic85 wrote:
coin pratts brother wrote:
Reedy in talks with Chester F.C. and my source is a phone call from a chester fan,who lives by his parents in North Wales,but hes hoping Wrexham steps in.
funny that, given his parents don't even live in North Wales
There is no mention of it in the Evening Leader News Paper and no talk of him from any off the two clubs at the moment, and although I have always been a York city fan I live between Chester and Wrexham and not heard a thing..
[quote][p][bold]nomadic85[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]coin pratts brother[/bold] wrote: Reedy in talks with Chester F.C. and my source is a phone call from a chester fan,who lives by his parents in North Wales,but hes hoping Wrexham steps in.[/p][/quote]funny that, given his parents don't even live in North Wales[/p][/quote]There is no mention of it in the Evening Leader News Paper and no talk of him from any off the two clubs at the moment, and although I have always been a York city fan I live between Chester and Wrexham and not heard a thing.. Yorkie41

7:34pm Fri 25 Jan 13

YO1 says...

Just watched a YouTube clip of David McDaid and he doesn't look all that tall. Scored a couple of goals though, so hope he proves a good signing.
Just watched a YouTube clip of David McDaid and he doesn't look all that tall. Scored a couple of goals though, so hope he proves a good signing. YO1

8:16pm Fri 25 Jan 13

van the man says...

YO1 wrote:
Just watched a YouTube clip of David McDaid and he doesn't look all that tall. Scored a couple of goals though, so hope he proves a good signing.
Over his career this lads got a very poor goalscoring record in some very poor leagues, sorry another henderson for me.
[quote][p][bold]YO1[/bold] wrote: Just watched a YouTube clip of David McDaid and he doesn't look all that tall. Scored a couple of goals though, so hope he proves a good signing.[/p][/quote]Over his career this lads got a very poor goalscoring record in some very poor leagues, sorry another henderson for me. van the man

8:29pm Fri 25 Jan 13

tomwillo1 says...

Hopefully going to be a good signing!
Hopefully going to be a good signing! tomwillo1

8:36pm Fri 25 Jan 13

yorkonafork says...

Never heard of him on football manager. Probably rubbish. Sort it out Mills.
Never heard of him on football manager. Probably rubbish. Sort it out Mills. yorkonafork

8:54pm Fri 25 Jan 13

duffy says...

yorkonafork wrote:
Never heard of him on football manager. Probably rubbish. Sort it out Mills.
You might catch a few with that.
[quote][p][bold]yorkonafork[/bold] wrote: Never heard of him on football manager. Probably rubbish. Sort it out Mills.[/p][/quote]You might catch a few with that. duffy

11:17pm Fri 25 Jan 13

redbluelion says...

a great player this wait and see...just needs the chance to shine..so get behind him..its all about next season now..and using the game this season to get the balance right..
a great player this wait and see...just needs the chance to shine..so get behind him..its all about next season now..and using the game this season to get the balance right.. redbluelion

8:41am Sat 26 Jan 13

THETELLEROFTALES says...

Some ert astute signings by Mr Mills. Te young lad from Salford provide a clear indicatin that the club s planning for the future. It's all beginning to fall into place.

I stll think Reed has a part to play. He is, pure and simple, a super-sub at Div 2 level. Though I can understand why no professional footballer wants that tag.

The wage budget at York suggests he will be on his way into 'Blue Square' world. Pity.
Some ert astute signings by Mr Mills. Te young lad from Salford provide a clear indicatin that the club s planning for the future. It's all beginning to fall into place. I stll think Reed has a part to play. He is, pure and simple, a super-sub at Div 2 level. Though I can understand why no professional footballer wants that tag. The wage budget at York suggests he will be on his way into 'Blue Square' world. Pity. THETELLEROFTALES

12:25pm Sat 26 Jan 13

lord_love_rocket says...

roman adcashovich wrote:
yorkonafork wrote:
Never heard of him on football manager. Probably rubbish. Sort it out Mills.
Mills should go! Did well in Conference but not a league manager. Needs sacking and a guy with right experience brought in.
How old are you? Does your dad know you're messing about on his computer? Should be out building a snow man
[quote][p][bold]roman adcashovich[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]yorkonafork[/bold] wrote: Never heard of him on football manager. Probably rubbish. Sort it out Mills.[/p][/quote]Mills should go! Did well in Conference but not a league manager. Needs sacking and a guy with right experience brought in.[/p][/quote]How old are you? Does your dad know you're messing about on his computer? Should be out building a snow man lord_love_rocket

1:54pm Sun 27 Jan 13

YoRkIe59 says...

Roman you sound as detached from reality as your namesake at Chelsea,yeah lets sack Millsy cos we are just below half way up the table in our first season back having just finished fourth in the blue square with no money having been spent cos we havnt got any.Its clear if we arnt in a top 3 spot the manager should go obviously.IDIOT.
Roman you sound as detached from reality as your namesake at Chelsea,yeah lets sack Millsy cos we are just below half way up the table in our first season back having just finished fourth in the blue square with no money having been spent cos we havnt got any.Its clear if we arnt in a top 3 spot the manager should go obviously.IDIOT. YoRkIe59

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