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OPPOSITION PREVIEW: WOLVES

30 June 2015


Saturday, 22nd August 2015 - Cardiff City Stadium - 3pm kick-off
Saturday, 16th January 2016 - Molineux - 3pm kick-off

, the Midlands side have further creative qualities to be unleashed on the Championship in 2015/16.Jed Wallace, the latter being the top scorer in the entire Football League last season. In Benik Afobe and Bakary Sako having revitalised the club after two consecutive relegations. They missed out narrowly on the play-offs due to goal difference and will look to build on this success for this coming season. Success this season will depend on whether the Midlands Club can keep hold of star men Kenny Jackett had a successful season back in the Championship after earning promotion from League One the previous term. Welsh manager Wolves

Last Time Out: Cardiff City 0-1 Wolves - Saturday, 28th February 2015, Championship

The last clash between these two sides came at Cardiff City Stadium at the end of February. Bakary Sako’s first half strike enough for the visitors to secure the three points on this occasion.



Previous Encounter: Cardiff City 2-0 Wolves - Saturday, 16th February 2008, F.A Cup Fifth Round

doubled the lead with a magnificent curling effort. It was enough to score a first quarter final spot for the Bluebirds since 1927.Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink opened the scoring early on before Peter WhittinghamOn the road to our 2008 F.A. Cup Final appearance, we defeated Wolves 2-0 at Ninian Park.



Club Connections

, previous manager at both Cardiff and Wolves.Dave Jones began his career with Wolves. Loan spells in Hungary and at lower league sides Burton Albion, Southend and AFC Bournemouth subsequently followed with Malone permanently leaving Molineux in 2011 without making a league appearance. He joined the Bluebirds in January 2015 from Millwall, making 12 league starts to date. Further connections include Scott MaloneCardiff City left back

Did you know? Wolves won the First Division three times during the 1950’s (1953–54, 1957–58 and 1958–59).







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