Neil Warnock is the current boss of Cardiff City who is seeking to increase strength amidst the ranks in the Championship squad. However, there is a selection dilemma that needs to be overcome as he plans a visit to Queens Park Rangers at Welsh capital. Warnock’s currently plays back four while Robert Glatzel and others are at the top. Five players are then left for midfield positions which also includes number one role.
Among others who are waiting to be selected, Marlon Pack will remain key player, as preferred by Warnock. He made an impressive debut but he was then crippled with a hamstring injury. Another star player as per Warnock is Leandro Bacuna. He has been starman and Warnock is trying to fit him in some role.
Joe Ralls also has something to offer to Warnock and he has to think of how to fit him in the game. Rall has known for his work rate and energy as well as the ability to strike or tackle tough.
Callum Paterson is another player who has a key role but in the game at Hull, he was kept on the bench. Lee Tomlin is another player who has been given several minutes this season and he has guile and craft, qualities that are required in the team’s final third of the pitch. All these players can emerge to make a successful team for Cardiff, especially if the team is to move up the Championship ranks. It remains to be seen how the final selection of the team pans out and how they adjust their playing strategies to evolve into a better team. The above-mentioned players are trying hard to make a case for being included actively. The right mix can make all the difference and that is what needs to be done right.