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    owls v Cardiff

    Can't see this being a performance like the Newcastle game. Come on Carlos outfox Colin!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmb View Post
    Can't see this being a performance like the Newcastle game. Come on Carlos outfox Colin!

    Wouldn't it be just like Colin to come and do a spoiler and go for a 0-0

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    Quote Originally Posted by banno View Post
    Wouldn't it be just like Colin to come and do a spoiler and go for a 0-0
    Thats exactly what Colin the W*ker and his Cardiff team did at Oakwell last Tuesday, they came to spoil and hang on for a 0-0. We werent good enough to break them down sadly and it reaked of 'end of season' to be honest.

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    Might need Fletcher's head again for this one.

    Colin will obviously look to frustrate us and hit us on the break, but if we play anything like what we did against Newcastle then we'll have no trouble breaking them down.

    The Newcastle game has given both the fans and the players some much needed positiverty, so I just hope we don't waste it and turn out a frustrating performance and struggle to see them off - I've seen enough of those performances at Hillsborough this season!

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    Quote Originally Posted by banno View Post
    Wouldn't it be just like Colin to come and do a spoiler and go for a 0-0

    That's exactly what he did with his Rotherham side last season - and they went away with a 1-0 win!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hirstyboywonder View Post
    That's exactly what he did with his Rotherham side last season - and they went away with a 1-0 win!
    We dont want a repeat of that today ! we need 3 points

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmb View Post
    We dont want a repeat of that today ! we need 3 points
    Colin tho.' :-D A dirty cheating Pig to the end........Well done Fernando.

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    I see Fulham arent going away though, can you feel them breathing down your necks
    What they and yourselves have done today is keep up the pressure on Leeds & Reading as well, this is good for the neutrals at least.

    How did today go, did Cardiff & Colin W come to look for a point ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Acido View Post
    I see Fulham arent going away though, can you feel them breathing down your necks
    What they and yourselves have done today is keep up the pressure on Leeds & Reading as well, this is good for the neutrals at least.

    How did today go, did Cardiff & Colin W come to look for a point ?
    Came to do what he always does against us...Cheat, timewaste etc..And with a little help from the officials.....And Fulham need to be in the top 6 before they play us....Because they won't win at Hillsborough.....A very unconvincing, and underwhelming season has reached the last few games. ....More pressure on Weeds and Hudds now for me...They've been the darlings of the media all season...Us, with last season's playoff experience, and this season's stuttering journey....Just need to stay in them.....Then do the business......Hopefully.

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    I saw Colin talking about there being no motivation for his teams when they are mid table at this stage of the season, or words to that effect. The bloke never ceases to amaze me!
    He deserves credit for keeping Rotherham up against the odds, not many other managers could have done that. And I understand him making his teams go for a point in away matches when they are in the bottom 3. But hes doing it even though they are safe in mid table now, theres no way of understanding the bloke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Acido View Post
    I saw Colin talking about there being no motivation for his teams when they are mid table at this stage of the season, or words to that effect. The bloke never ceases to amaze me!
    He deserves credit for keeping Rotherham up against the odds, not many other managers could have done that. And I understand him making his teams go for a point in away matches when they are in the bottom 3. But hes doing it even though they are safe in mid table now, theres no way of understanding the bloke.
    He said we looked average - difficult to look anything special when his team spent the majority of the game wasting time in every way possible. We got the job done - all that matters.

    Can't believe he is banging on about nothing to motivate his team, surely that's a big part of his job!

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    He said similar Hirsty when they came and hung on for a point at ours recently. I just cant understand the appeal of this cretin because of the way he goes about his business, and the things he says etc.
    Just out of interest, why didnt he want to stay with Rotherham after their amazing relegation escape act ?

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    Got to laugh at wan*ker Warnock
    His own cup final - only game that matters to him.
    The one trick pony driving back with a bitter and twisted grimace all over his ugly mush.
    Said every thing about him and his strategy when he loaded 3 up top late on...no idea how to win the game...fashioned nothing, cause they don't know how to.
    Cardiff are a dross outfit and just like Burton, belong in league one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Acido View Post
    He said similar Hirsty when they came and hung on for a point at ours recently. I just cant understand the appeal of this cretin because of the way he goes about his business, and the things he says etc.
    Just out of interest, why didnt he want to stay with Rotherham after their amazing relegation escape act ?
    You only have to look at how their traveling support has dwindled to see what Cardiff fans think of the way they play.

    He clearly knew what was coming at Rotherham and didn't want it on his CV - it's much easier to have a very good record when you take on jobs where the chance of failure is remote. No one would have blamed him had Rotherham gone down last season, no one expected Cardiff to go down this season, QPR were among the favourites to get promoted when he took them up, breaking spending rules in doing so......

    He is good at what he does but it's dire to watch and Cardiff have better players than having to resort to the tactics he employs.

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