Posts Tagged "Cardiff City"

On Coventry City, Cardiff City & Hull City’s Winter Of Discontent

On Coventry City, Cardiff City & Hull City’s Winter Of Discontent

By on Dec 23, 2013 in Latest, Politics | 0 comments

There are three football clubs at which the Christmas period may well prove to be a period of reflection. The circumstances that have engulfed these three clubs over the last few weeks and months have come to act as something of a barometer for the state of professional football in this country at the moment. None of them are sufficiently insignificant as clubs to...

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Cardiff City – Tan vs McKay: Seconds Out… Round Two

Cardiff City – Tan vs McKay: Seconds Out… Round Two

By on Dec 17, 2013 in Latest, Opinion | 4 comments

It was, perhaps, unsurprising that barely forty-eight hours after a one-nil victory against West Bromwich Albion at the weekend ended a run of five matches without a win, storm clouds should start to circle The Cardiff City Stadium again. There has, after all, been something of a fractious atmosphere surrounding the club over the last few months or so, and even...

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Vincent Tan’s Cardiff City Fiefdom

Vincent Tan’s Cardiff City Fiefdom

By on Nov 2, 2013 in Latest, Politics | 0 comments

Tomorrow afternoon at The Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff City will play Swansea City for the first time in the top division of English football, and from the outside it looks more than a little as if this match might be a be all and end all. Peering in from the outside, it’s not difficult to believe that there has been a something of a sense of “keeping...

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The 200% Premier League Pre-Season: Cardiff City

By on Jul 11, 2013 in English League Football, Latest | 0 comments

Between now and the start of the season, we’ll be writing up all twenty of the Premier League clubs before it all kicks off again. If you’re here looking for transfer gossip, you’ll likely be disappointed. Quite asides from anything else, it’s the second week in July (a necessity borne of the fact that these have got to be written around work commitments, amongst...

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“You Can Vote… On The Shorts”: Democracy In Action At Cardiff City FC

By on May 31, 2013 in Latest, Politics | 8 comments

It often seems these days as if there is nothing that professional football won’t seek to either monetise or somehow turn into some sort of event, and if the thinnest veneer of an abstract notion of democracy can be applied to it, then the perpetual desire of clubs to keep throttling a golden goose can be set aside in favour of a momentary feeling of...

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