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The Week That Was: #ClubGOTM, FA Cup draw & EFL nominations

Your weekly round-up of Cardiff City news...

10 December 2017

Read on for all of the Bluebirds news you may have missed from the past seven days...

#ClubGOTM: November 2017

On Monday, our November 2017 #ClubGOTM competition went live, with supporters able to vote for their favourite goal from last month.

Watch all of the goals and have your say here - then let us know you picked for the chance to win a press & media experience for two!

Ward & Warnock recognised by EFL

This week saw Danny Ward's sensational strike against Nottingham Forest nominated in EFL's November Goal of the Month competition.

You can watch the three shortlisted strikes and vote here! (Voting closes on Tuesday, 12th December 2017).

On Thursday, Neil Warnock was also nominated by the EFL for the Championship Manager of the Month award, which was eventually won by Wolves' Nuno Espírito Santo.

Emirates FA Cup Third Round draw

On Monday, Cardiff City were drawn at home to Mansfield Town in the Third Round of the Emirates FA Cup.

Find out more about the fixture here...

Fixture change: City vs. Sunderland selected for Sky coverage

This week also saw us announce that Cardiff City's January clash with Sunderland has been brought forward to the earlier kick-off time of 12:30pm.

Find out more...

Season Ticket Partner: Tiger Tiger Cardiff

We were pleased to welcome Tiger Tiger Cardiff on board as Season Ticket Partners this week.

To kick off our partnership, they're offering a brand-new deal for Bluebirds Season Ticket Holders here.

Find out more about all of our Season Ticket Partner deals here.

Next up: Reading vs. Cardiff City

The Bluebirds will be looking to make it five consecutive victories as they travel to Reading on Monday evening (8pm kick-off).

Don't forget, we've got a special early bird festive offer for our next home game - Cardiff City vs. Hull City - our final match at CCS before Christmas!


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