End of August school report....
By Ninian Park unofficial viewpoint
Monday 30 Aug 2010 10:29:00
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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 unbeaten in the league, although sadly out of the Carling Cup, and look a much better side than anyone expected.  

Having so many loan players and all the financial wheeling and dealing involved has sparked many conversation and threads on other clubs message boards, however for cardiff City fans it is the most exciting of times and we might as well enjoy it whilst it lasts.

The international break is now upon us ;et us hope all the players return fullyfit ahead of the visit of Hull City which is the next game at CCS.

As we stand joint top with 10 points from 4 games in the league the only verdict is "Very Good - Well Done!" 

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