THE WEEK THAT WAS | #CITYASONE
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KEEPING UP THE PRESSURE
This week, the Bluebirds were extremely unfortunate to fall to a 2-0 home defeat against Leeds United on Tuesday evening, but certainly made up for the result as they beat fellow Play-Off contenders Ipswich Town on Saturday.
City secured a 1-0 win over the Tractor Boys courtesy of Bruno Manga’s towering header from Peter Whittingham’s corner. You can watch highlights of the match now, on Cardiff City’s official YouTube channel.
#CITYASONE FAN ENGAGEMENT
Saturday also saw an array of new activities take place in all four stands of Cardiff City Stadium, as we continued to make match-day experience enhancements for all City fans.
Scroll down to view the highlights of the afternoon, including basketball and tennis sessions in the Family Stand, our tributes to Ken Gorman and Karl Woodward in the Media Lounge, on-pitch Half Time entertainment and Six Nations rugby in the Eddie May Bar.
CLUB GOAL OF THE MONTH
On Monday, the voting began for our February Club #GOTM competition began…
All you have to do is watch the goals and vote for your Cardiff City Club Goal of the Month and you could win a pair of hospitality tickets to see the Bluebirds face Queen's Park Rangers on Saturday, 16th April 2016.
Click here to watch all the goals and place your vote!
On Friday, we gave you a taster of just some of the events that took place with the Cardiff City Foundation over the past week.
Stuart O’Keefe and Matthew Connolly joined in with a walking football match at the House of Sport, while there were plenty of other training sessions and courses over the week – click here to find out more and get involved yourself!
IN OTHER NEWS…
• On Thursday, Tommy O’Sullivan rejoined Newport County on loan until Saturday 7th May. We'd like to wish Tommy all the best during his time with the Exiles.
• Congratulations to Cardiff City Academy’s Cameron Coxe and Sam Williams who were both on target in two separate victories for Wales U19 victories against Czech Republic this week.
• With three of City’s next four matches being away from home, find Away Days ticket news for City’s trips to Reading, Burnley and Fulham here.