Who Needs To Leave?


It's the beginning of a new era at Cardiff City and Russell Slade has been tasked to put the pieces back together that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer left behind. Slade said on Friday that the squad is "too large" and admitted that he needs to cut down on the number of players

Reading Defender Joins Cardiff


Cardiff City have announced on their official website that Sean Morrison is now officially a Cardiff City player. The fee is believed to be in the region of £4 million and he has joined the Bluebirds on a 4 year deal. Reading Boss Nigel Atkinson admitted that Morris had approached him, asking

Cardiff City Sign Anthony Pilkington


Cardiff City have made their 9th signing of the summer in the form of 26-year-old, Northern Ireland international Anthony Pilkington, claims Wales Online, but their has been no official confirmation for either club. The fee is believed to be in the region of £1 million. Pilkington had a falling out with Norwich

Could Gary Medel Stay?


We’re now less than two weeks from the first game of the championship between Blackburn Rovers and Cardiff City and the Bluebirds today have been given a massive boost in keeping one of their star players of the 2013/14 season. Chilean international Gary Medel was one of the stand out players for

Should Cardiff sell Gary Medel or let him go out on loan?


After Cardiff City’s relegation from the top flight of English football, there has been much speculation about their star performers and their future at the club, but none more so than record signing Gary Medel. The Chilean international only joined the Bluebirds 12 months ago following their promotion from the Championship for

Solskjaer: Zaha can emulate Ronaldo


Cardiff City boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes that Wilfried Zaha has enough ability to go to emulate Cristano Ronaldo, the winger is currently on-loan at Cardiff from parent club Manchester United. Zaha played a big part in Cardiff's 2-1 victory against Norwich City. "I don't really want to compare Wilfried with Cristiano, but