Why David Marshall should not be Cardiff City captain
Oct01

Why David Marshall should not be Cardiff City captain

When you go to the pub with your mates, naturally a football debate will be on the agenda sooner rather than later. This week was no exception as the topic quickly turned to how our respective teams got on in the week. Cardiff lost 2-1 away at then bottom club Rotherham United after our usually excellent goalkeeper David Marshall was sent off before half-time for kicking out, thus also conceding a penalty. Not shy to a moan on...

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Bluebirds buzzing after promising start
Sep17

Bluebirds buzzing after promising start

A few weeks back, I was extremely negative about Cardiff City’s chances in the league this season, even stretching to the point where I didn’t even want the campaign to begin. Yet here we are sitting pretty in sixth, in an albeit early Championship table, having lost just one in seven games. 
 It hasn’t been the easiest of starts, with QPR, Forest, Wolves and Hull all facing The Bluebirds. Despite this, I feel that...

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Cardiff’s Top 10 goals of the decade
Aug21

Cardiff’s Top 10 goals of the decade

Imagine being 2-1 down at QPR away, a game that you probably would take a point from but would absolutely love to win. Now imagine that in the last few minutes, the ball drops to your left-back. Your winger has made a darting run and is begging to be played in, yet your left-back shapes to shoot. What would your reaction be? Mine was many, many bad words in amongst pleas with him not to stupidly blaze it over the bar and hit a...

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Whittingham’s last chance at Cardiff
Aug06

Whittingham’s last chance at Cardiff

Peter Whittingham is up there with the most talented players I have ever seen put on a Cardiff shirt in my time supporting the club. So much so, that after his goal against Leicester City in the play-off semis, I vowed that my first-born will have the middle name of ‘Peter Whittingham’, regardless of gender.  However, Peter’s form has somewhat declined in recent years compared to his earlier high standards. In...

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Cardiff can wait for new season
Jul24

Cardiff can wait for new season

Being a Cardiff City fan,you tend to get used to certain drawbacks of supporting such a club. Almost instantly, chants about relations with sheep at every away game becomes ‘the norm’ and a defeat against Preston and Peterborough is all but an inevitability. But something I have never had to familiarise myself with, is such negativity around the club before a ball has even been kicked. The owner is out and about trying to buy a club...

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