Unsung Cardiff stars deserve praise
Against Hull City last Saturday, Cardiff added another precious point to the total manager Malky Mackay has calculated will be need to remain in the Premier League come next May. The long trip to Humberside was beset with problems. First choice goalkeeper David Marshall was injured playing for Scotland and unable to take his place between the sticks.
Kim only made it to half-time at the KC Stadium while Medel battled on but had his quietest game yet for the Bluebirds. You can also add in the trip itself to East Yorkshire, which should have taken place Friday by airplane from Cardiff Airport but ended up as a hastily arranged coach trip due to flight delays and aircraft problems.
With the totality of these issues not helping, the point was a well-earned one and thoroughly deserved despite the Tigers edging the shot count, if not the possession graph. What shone for Cardiff was a number of good things.
One; that stand-in goalkeeper Joe Lewis was an admirable, confident deputy on the day and hopefully for the future. Two; that the often-maligned Don Cowie still has a part to play.... Read the full, comprehensive news article and discuss at Teamtalk.comSimilar Stories