The Cardiff City manager Malky Mackay has said that the fans should not expect a wonderful attacking display from his side each week. Malky Mackay has said that he was extremely pleased to see his team play wonderful attacking football in the recent 3-1 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers. Malky Mackay had opted for the 4-4-2 formation in the match against Wolverhampton Wanderers and it paid rich dividends. His side was extremely good in attacking, but the manager has said that it will be the flexibility of switching between attack and defence that will help them win the championship this season.
Cardiff city have been extremely unlucky in the first to get back into the Premier league, as they have been defeated on a number of occasions in the play-offs. As a result, the manager has targeted the promotion via the automatic spots rather than the play-off spot this time around. Despite their repeated failure in their attempts to get promotion, Cardiff city still remain as one of the major sides favourite for promotion. Cardiff city have made a decent start to the season with two wins out of the four matches played. As result, they sit in the eighth position just two points behind the leaders Blackpool.
“Things might change in a minute. We will adapt to who we are facing and of course with which players I have available. Players are going to have to be flexible, but we are working on things and hopefully can get better and better. Last season there was a limit to what we could do, we could not change things around as much as I would have liked and some players played more games than ideally they should have,” said Mackay after the Wolverhampton Wanderers match. Cardiff will be playing against Leeds United this weekend.
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