Carlisle played against Oldham during the last weekend
of September and it resulted in a win for the team. This was made possible by
Olufela Olomola who was able to provide an early strike and this resulted in a home
win, first of the League Two period. The victory score of the team was 1-0
against Oldham. While the game was on both sides put up a struggle. Both had to
improve their positions in the league and Carlisle was glad that they were able
to do so in front of the supporters in home ground.
The team had a start with flying action as Olomola was
able to make a goal in the third minute. Olomola was trying to get another goal
in the next few minutes but the goalkeeper of Oldham was able to block his
shot. The ball, while in midfield, was played by the Latics with the fair
measure as well. Missilou was able to put in effort across 20 yards; indeed,
the visitors were able to come out strong after the break. There were several
chances missed by both sides though the first goal by Olomola was a deciding
one for Carlisle. He is a lone striker, was a boon for the team. The goal he
scored in the game was his fifth and the team was able to get a clean sheet as
well as three points.
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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.
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Arsenal are closing in on the signing of Algeria forward Yacine Brahimi according to reports from England.
Portuguese tabloid A Bola reveals that the Gunners have beating competition from Turkish trio Fenerbahce, Besiktas and Galatasaray for the player. Brahimi has been linked with a move to the Premier League for a long time and it looks like he could make his long-awaited move this summer.
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Cardiff City suffered a tragedy in January when record signing Emiliano Sala boarded an ill fated plane that crashed on its way across the English channel leading to the death of the player and the pilot.
The Premier League side tried to sign several replacements for the player but failed to get any player before the deadline. Cardiff coach Neil Warnock had hinted that players feared to make a transfer to the club due to the tragedy. Now months after the incident Hull City forward Jarrod Bowen has confirmed that it was what made him reject the approach of the Bluebirds.
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Bournemouth midfielder Harry Arter who is currently on loan at Cardiff City has appeared as potential target for Watford following his heroics for the Bluebirds so far this season.
However, according to reports, the Irish midfielder will continue to represent Cardiff for the rest of his loan spell amid interest from Premier League outfit Watford.
Championship side Aston Villa are also rumored to be in the race to capture Arter’s signature.
Read More “WATFORD SET SIGHTS ON HARRY ARTER”
English Premier League side Wolverhampton Wanderers travel to Cardiff City on Friday night in the Premier League and are in urgent need of a reaction.
NunoEspirito Santo’s side turned in their most terrible display of the season so far in a 2-0 home annihilation againstHuddersfield Townover the weekend and everyone’s eyes will be set to see how they bounce back.
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A train stop in the Premier League after pipping more than 18 teams in the Championship to gain that train-ride, deserves plenty of accolades and soaring cheers.
But two draws and six losses in your new league debut, will definitely cause eyes to roll, and spark a defiant impatience among fans.
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Ahead of their visit to Brentford tomorrow night Cardiff City are just three points behind league leaders Wolves. They are already racing against time in a bid to get the promotion spot despite the huge odds against at the beginning of the season. Manager Neil Warnock has been responsible for the promotion drive of seven teams already and there are signs that he would pull off another with Cardiff.
Cardiff were 25/1 on Sky Bet pre season odds with the bookies favouring relegated Premier League side Sunderland and Norwich, Sheffield Wednesday, Reading and even Hull. All the aforementioned sides are now struggling in the league and are in the second half of the log. Cardiff are stable in the second spot, being four points ahead of third-placed Aston Villa.
Warnock is the joint record holder in English football regarding number of teams he has helped get promoted. He holds the record alongside Dave Bassett, Graham Taylor and Jim Smith. With his work on Cardiff, he stands to the chance of resetting that record. The manager did it through the old fashioned way with established values and a capable team.
Warnock links the success on the pitch to managing his dressing room. He ensures the players bond, care and remain committed to each other and it translates on the pitch. He led Scarborough into the professional Football League for the first time back in 1986/87. After the re-election system was abolished, he led the team to win the title and get promoted from the Football Conference to the Fourth Division.
Three years later, Warnock helped Notts County from the Third Division to the playoffs. The following year he took them from the Second Division to the top flight. In 1994/95, Warnock, who was now with Huddersfield, helped the team from the Second Division to the playoffs. The following year, it was with Plymouth from the Third Division to the playoffs.
In 2005/06, he helped Sheffield United to the top flight after a second place finish in the English Championship. In 2010/11 it was Queen Park Rangers turn as they finished winners in the Championship and made it to the Premier League. Maybe it’s Cardiff turn.
The Norwegian former manager of Cardiff City, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was sacked from his managerial position at the English club after the squad suffered relegation from the Premier League and things did not improve as they continued struggling in the 2nd tier English League at the Championship League.
It hasn’t been until recently that a new manager has been appointed as it was made announced to the public on October 6 that Russell Slade was the man selected.
The Malaysian businessman and owner of Cardiff City, Vincent Tan made it official to the media that Russell Slade was selected as the new coach after he had asked people around and everyone gave a positive evaluation concerning Russell Slade.
‘’I’m delighted to appoint Russell Slade as the Manager of Cardiff City. I have personally offered Russell this opportunity after giving much thought to the needs of the Club at this point in time and firmly believe that he is the right person for the job. I have spoken to many knowledgeable people in the game about Russell, and the feedback has been extremely positive’’
Slade was actually working with Cardiff City within the internal staff of the club as a consultant ever since he departed from coaching his former club Leyton Orient.
Vincent Tan is hoping that Russell Slade will remain at the head coach of Cardiff City for the upcoming 18 years and hopefully stay even longer in charge of the Championship League club than Arsene Wenger with Arsenal.
The former manager of Yeovil Town, Russell Slade displayed his appreciation towards the new role that he has at Cardiff City as the Englishman said that Cardiff City has a fantastic squad but all that is left to do now is start establishing a relationship with the players and that’s what he will try to achieve in every training session and every match.
Cardiff City manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says that he will be ready to sign players on transfer deadline day if a fantastic opportunity arose. Cardiff have already been one of the two clubs in the summer. Aided by the parachute payments that they will receive from the Premier League for the next four years, they have been able to sign the likes of Anthony Pilkington and Sean Morrison. They are expected to be a major part of the club’s bid for returning back to the top flight. After starting the season well, Cardiff failed to take three points against fellow relegated team Fulham.
The 1-1 draw means that Cardiff now have to make up five points towards table leaders Nottingham Forest. Since only five matches have taken place in the championship, Solskjaer will be aware that there is a lot of time to make up, but the squad needs to be in excellent condition. The former Manchester United striker has not ruled out signing players on transfer deadline day, which is something that some clubs tend to avoid as it is viewed as panic buying. The manager spoke in praise of the midfield at Cardiff. There is intense competition in the midfield between the youngster Mats Daehli and veteran Scott Parker.
“I am happy with the squad and if Tuesday comes and we haven’t added another player that will be fine. But if something comes up that’s spectacular and we have to move fast then we will be ready. We will see what the situation is on Tuesday morning. They are two different types of players, but it was a good battle between them. I’ve always been a Scott Parker fan and every footballer can learn from a player of that quality,” said the Cardiff manager, whose team take on Norwich next weekend.