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Name: Adam Matthews
Club: Cardiff
D.O.B: 13/1/1992
Nationality: Welsh
Position: Right Back (Can play LB/ RM)
Agent: Andy Williams

Strengths:
Long throws, composure, crossing

Weaknesses:
Finishing, heading, concentration

Description: Full-Back
Personality: Balanced

Suggested Roles:
Attacking Full Back
 
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This is in real life, though he is awesome in the game too:

ADAM MATTHEWS will leave Cardiff City this summer after signing a three-year deal at Celtic.
And former Cardiff teammate Joe Ledley has hailed his arrival as a great bit of business for the Glasgow giants.
Matthews, 19, will move to Scotland this summer having been frozen out of the first-team picture at the Cardiff City Stadium.
And it will see the Parkhead club pick up a defender rated at as much as £4m last year for next to nothing.


Arsenal and Manchester United were both heavily linked with moves for the full-back after he made his Bluebirds’ breakthrough, but he has since slipped down boss Dave Jones’ pecking order.
Now, with his Cardiff contract up at the end of the season, Matthews has agreed to head north in a bid to fulfil his exciting potential and his three-year deal carries an option of a fourth year.
Celtic will pay around £200,000 in compensation for Matthews and Ledley, who made the same switch last summer, admitted: “It’s a great signing for the club. He has a great future ahead of him.
“He was wanted by a lot of clubs and I’m sure he will be a great acquisition.”
Celtic chief Neil Lennon, who has been chasing Matthews all year, insisted the Swansea-born Wales Under-21 international was a “great talent” as he looks to provide competition for injury-prone right-back Mark Wilson.
And Cardiff star Jay Bothroyd admitted he was disappointed to see Matthews leave Leckwith, tweeting that the youngster has “tremendous potential.”
But, after making just two league starts this term, Matthews is thought to have become disillusioned with his lack of first-team opportunities under Jones, with the chance of regular football at Celtic a major factor behind the move.
Matthews was offered fresh terms to stay with City, and chief executive Gethin Jenkins said: “It’s disappointing we couldn’t agree a contract extension with Adam, especially given the length of time he has developed with us.
“As a club it’s a fact that we had offered what we felt was a competitive contract, in line with our wage structure and one which would have rewarded him as he progressed with the team.
“This was, however, rejected by Adam and his representatives.”
Matthews will remain part of Jones’ squad for the rest of the season, though is unlikely to feature in this afternoon’s Championship clash at Hull.

Source: http://www.walesonline.co.uk/footba...s-way-to-celtic-91466-28239320/#ixzz1F79wSklq

Kind of surprising considering Arsenal and Man Utd both wanted him.
 
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Mathews is very useful as a Defensive minded CM in an injury crisis as well.
 
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Al guess he will be ***** for Celtic well should a joined a real team the mighty Gers same with that Anthony Watt and also that Dylan McGeouch turn coat

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