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This Season I Believe We Will Go Up....

I have been watching Cardiff City regularly since 1975 and the club is unrecognisable from the one I supported in the lower divisions in front of paltry crowds in delapidated stadiums. Our regular attendances are now bigger than they have been for 40 years, the new stadium is now "home" and expectation levels are at fever pitch. As I write we are now within touching distance of runaway ....


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End Of August School Report....

Cardiff City thanks to a number of high profile loan signings are now the most talked about team in the Championship and among the favourites for promotion to the top flight for the first time since being relegated in 1962. Craig bellamy's picture appears in the local papers every day and local interset in the club is at feverpitch eclipsing the three Wembley trips in recent years. The team are ....


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Craig Bellamy Joins On Loan From Manchester City

Craig Bellamy the Welsh captain has joined Cardiff City on loan from Eastlands. skysports.com  report that "A host of clubs had been tracking the 31-year-old, who has already been told by City boss Roberto Mancini that he does not figure in his plans for this season. Celtic and Tottenham had been leading the chase, whilst the likes of Fulham, Everton and Bolton had also been ....


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Early Season Summary - 4 Points....

The Bluebirds have started off the season with a home draw and an away win in the Chapionship. Sheffield United redude to ten men took away a point from CCS whilst the Bluebirds gained a good victory (2-1) at Pride Park to take all three points off Derby County last Saturday. In between brave Burton were beaten 4-1 in the Carling Cup after extra time to set up an away tie against Perterborough ....


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The Bluebirds Crash 0-3 In Portugal...

Cardiff City lost 0-3 and were 0-2 down at half time - they lined up as follows. Marshall, McNaughton, Kennedy, Blake, Gerrard, Whittingham, McPhail, Drinkwater, Burke, Chopra, McCormack. Manager Dave Jones used seven substitues in total including a triallist - Kevin Le Roux.  Not a brilliant result but all part of the pre seasonbuild up which continues next Saturday 24th July at Meadow ....


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New Season Fixtures...

Cardiff City open the new season with two home games inside four days. On Sunday 8th August we entertain Sheffield United before a Carling Cup home tie against Burton Albion on Wednesday 10th.... See here for the full fixtures...http://www.cardiffcityfc.co.uk/page/Fixtures/0,,10335,00.html....


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The New Fixtures Are Out.

Cardiff City will start their seventh consecutive season in The Champiosnhip with a home game against regular promotion contenders Sheffield United at CCS on 7th August 2010.  Due to the usual fixture copywright restrictions it is not possible to list the season's fixtures on here but further details and comments will follow shortly.  I am off to buy a vuvuzella.................


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Another Season In The Championship And Jones Is To Stay In Charge.

Following the defeat by the excellent hard working Blackpool, we look forward to another season of football at Championship level under the management of David Jones. Much has been written although not on here about what went wrong at Wembley, suffice to say we were out fought by a team who really wanted it more on the day.  We have to look forward to next season and with problems both on ....


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We Are Back And It's A Wembley Trip!

After a while it is good to be back in  and on line ahead of Cardiff City's biggest game for many years. After a roller coaster victory on penalties over two legs against Leicester City, the Bluebirds face Blackpool on Saturday 22nd May at the home of football Wembley.    Dave Jones' team have finished the season strongly and are now the fancied club to get to the top flight for ....


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Update - January 2010 It's Chelsea Away!

It's never a dull moment being a Cardiff City supporter and after looking to go top of the league a few months ago, results have changed aspirations and the play offs are probably more of a realistic aim. The club are into the fifth round of the cup and off the field issues continue to make headlines for financial reasons!   In the FA Cup the bluebirds will travel to Chelsea in the fifth ....


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The Season Really Begins Now.

After yet another tedious international break it is back to normal service in the Championship as Cardiff City resume their play off / promotion quest. The division is even closer and tighter than last year with no "stand out" teams apart from perhaps Newcastle and West Brom who currently hold the two top positions. The derby defeat at the Liberty still hurts and hopefully Barnsley will feel ....


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Update After Doncaster Defeat.

The Bluebirds crashed 0-2 at Doncaster Rovers on Saturday to end the first mini stage of the season after a  week which saw them beat Bristol Rovers 3-1 on Wednesday evening to earn a trip to Ason Villa in the third round of the Carling Cup. It's now two weeks off and time to regroup before the visit of Newcastle United on 13th September.....


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Ccfc 3 V Bcfc 0

The Bluebirds wiped the floor with The Robins on Sunday lunchtime in front of the Sky cameras and as a result returned to the top of The Championship. It's early days but the confidence is oozing through the team and we are looking very strong. The crowd was hugely disappointing, despite predictions that it would be "massive" there wre over 7,000 empty seats! What mor do the public want ? New ....


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A Good Nights Sleep And An Away Win!

Cardiff City scored three goals all from the boot of Michael Copra on 5 mins, 80 mins and a penalty 5 minutes from time to take all three points at Home Park.  Plymouth Argyle scored a late consolation penalty on 90 minutes and Tony Capaldi was sent off for a second yellow card offence, however the win puts the Bluebirds on top of the division with seven points and a better ....


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It's A Local Derby In The Next Round!

Bristol Rovers will visit the new Cardiff City Stadium in the second round of the Carling Cup. Cardiff's cup luck continues with another home draw and their reward for defeating Scunthorpe United in the first round is an attractive tie against local opposition. The team face trips to Blackpool and Plymouth before facing the other team from Bristol (City) in the next league game at the new ....


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Cardiff Open New Stadium With A Great Win!

Although we weill play much stronger opposition than Scunthorpe United, a win is a win and four goals was a deserved margin of victory. The new ground wasn't full by any means but it was Cardiff City's highest home league since the 1970's and my only hope is Ninian Park across the road isn't allowed to continue to fall into disrepair and become an unsightly reminder of the past. Chopra 2, ....


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Carling Cup Competition

PRESS RELEASE 21/07/09 CARDIFF CITY FANS INVITED TO PLAY THE CARLING CUP PREDICTOR CHALLENGE - Win tickets to the Carling Cup Final –   To celebrate the new 2009/10 Carling Cup tournament and new official competition website www.carlingcup.com, Carling is inviting Cardiff City fans to take part in the Carling Cup Predictor Challenge, which lets fans show off their football ....


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New Stadium / New Season

Cardiff City will open the new season with a home fixture against Scunthorpe United closely followed by a home Carling Cup first round tie against Dagenham & Redbridge. It's only a few weeks away even though it might seem a long way off.  ....


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The Home Games Are Coming Up Thick And Fast...

After we get rid of the internationals - the Bluebirds look forward to three home matches in 8 days against Swansea City, Derby County and Burnley. Three good results will almost certainly consolidate our push for the play offs.   The Swansea game is 11.00 am on Sunday 5th April and is a sell out.  ....


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Fixtures Will Pile Up Like The Snow...

Recent postponements have meant that the high flying and cup chasing bluebirds will be facing a major fixture pile up in the coming weeks and months. They will also be in the draw for the six round of the FA cup whilst still in the fourth round! The weather is playing havoc with the season in early 2009 and let us hope it doesn't hinder the promotion charge!  ....


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2009

Cardiff City begin the new year in 4th place in the Championship and with a home FA Cup tie against Reading. This is followed by the visit of Derby County on 10th January.   Dave Jones will be looking to strengthen his squad now that Michael Chopra and Wayne Routledge's loan spells have ended.....


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4 Points From 3 Games....

Following a home defeat, a home win and an away draw the Bluebirds can enjoy an international break sitting comfortably in the top half of the table. The next match is a home fixture with Charlton on Saturday 18th October when the season really gets going with matches coming thick and fast.....


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Let's Move On...

Cardiff City were out played for the vast majority of the eagerly awaited derby on Tuesday eveing. Swansea City were the better team on the night and have won the first round in the three match contest this season!   The Bluebirds now have two big home matches coming up - on Tuesday evening we entertian improving Cocentry City however befor that the boys from St Andrews are at Ninian Park. ....


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Bournemouth 1 V Cardiff City 2

Another 2-1 victory against a south coast team !  Two early goals from Paul Parry were enough to see off battling Bournemouth who pushed the Bluebirds all the way in this first round clash in the Carling Cup at Dean Court. Hopefully Dave Jones will start with Paul Parry at Doncaster on Saturday afternoon.  ....


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9th August Is When It All Starts...

The season gets under way on 9th August when Cardiff City entertain last seasons under achievers Southampton at Ninian Park in front of what should be a near sell out crowd. With season ticket sales at an all time high thanks to the Cup Final ticket deal people should have no excuses for not being there! With transfer activity repeatedly kicking us in the teeth, let's hope Dave Jones can get the ....


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