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Match Report: Middlesbrough 0-2 Cardiff City (Middlesbrough fan’s perspective)

Middlesbrough again slipped up on home soil as play-off rivals Cardiff took advantage of some poor early defending to win at The Riverside. The home side made three changes to the side that drew at Brighton last week. Scott McDonald started his first game since picking up a knee ligament injury at Leicester in February, while Adam Hammill and Kevin ... Read More »

Match Report: Cardiff City 0-0 Burnley (Cardiff Fan’s Perspective)

Who is the greatest footballer of all time? Who would win in a fight between Muhammad Ali and Mike Tyson? Will the new Batman film be as good as the last one? These are the questions I had plenty of time to ponder as Cardiff and Burnley found the obvious answer to the question: What happens when a side which wouldn’t score if it played until ... Read More »

Match Report: Bristol City 1-2 Cardiff City (Bristol Fan’s Perspective)

Bristol City remain four points clear of the relegation zone after an agonising home defeat to Cardiff City in the Severnside derby. Own goals from Bristol City’s Stephen McManus and Kalifa Cisse either side of a Jon Stead equaliser were enough for the Bluebirds to return to the play-off places. It was a game of few clear cut chances in ... Read More »

Match Report: Bristol City 1-2 Cardiff City (Cardiff Fan’s Perspective)

Two large slices of luck were enough for Cardiff City to beat a spirited Bristol City side 2-1 and take all 3 points in the Severnside derby. Two Joe Mason crosses were turned into their own goal by Bristol City defenders either side of a Jon Stead goal for the home side, which helped to push the Bluebirds back into the play-off positions ... Read More »

Match Report: Cardiff City 0-2 West Ham United (Cardiff Fan’s Perspective)

Goals from Kevin Nolan and George McCartney gave West Ham United a 2-0 win away at Carling Cup runners up Cardiff City to keep up the pressure on league leaders Southampton, whilst Cardiff drop out of the play-off positions for the first time since November. Cardiff started this game with only one change from the eleven that performed heroics at Wembley ... Read More »

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