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Are Cardiff bad ways creeping back Says?

Postby Forever Blue » Wed Apr 07, 2021 9:56 am

Game 10 under Neil Harris was a massacre at QPR. Mick McCarthy got to his 16th match before getting a hiding, but the similarities are clear and the honeymoon period is now officially over, so what happens next? Cardiff’s bad old ways are creeping back

By Scott Johnson

McCarthy’s 16th game in charge was the equivalent of Harris’ 10th and it has left us all reeling. At the worst possible time, Cardiff’s season has tailed off and their hopes of emulating last season and storming in to the top six now look dead in the water. Suddenly people are questioning the timing and length of McCarthy’s new deal, which is a ridiculous knee-jerk reaction, but that’s football for you.

There are actually plenty of parallels between these two brutal defeats. Sean Morrison was a noticeable absentee in both games and Cardiff’s captain has been sorely missed since the return from the international break.

Callum Paterson remained rooted to the Cardiff bench against QPR and could only watch on as the agony unfolded. He was once again a witness here, but this time played an active role in Cardiff’s demise, with a stunning goal, an assist and a typically industrious performance. He chose not to celebrate his goal and afforded Cardiff far more respect than he received when he was ushered towards the door in the summer.
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