A round-up of City's past seven days...LEEDS UNITED 0-2 CARDIFF CITY
This week was rounded off with a superb result at Elland Road, as a determined performance from the Bluebirds saw them defeat Leeds United 2-0.
City skipper Sean Morrison broke the deadlock, before Aron Gunnarsson teed up Kenneth Zohore for the Bluebirds' second in Yorkshire.
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“It was the best performance since I've been at the club and, in the circumstances, it's not far off being the best away performance since I've been a manager."
Those were the words of Neil Warnock after the win - to hear from the Gaffer in full, CLICK HERE!
CELEBRATING '27 | 90 YEAR ANNIVERSARY
This week, we announced that Cardiff City Football Club’s proudest achievement is to be celebrated during a special 6-month exhibition at Cardiff Story Museum this summer.
It marks the 90th anniversary of our 1927 FA Cup victory over Arsenal – the only time the cup left England. Items on display will include winners’ medals belonging to legendary captain Fred Keenor and winger Ernie Curtis. Find out more...
MANAGER & PLAYER OF THE MONTH NOMINATIONS
On Thursday it was announced that Neil Warnock and Joe Ralls had been included in the EFL's four-man shortlists for the Sky Bet Championship Manager and Player of the Month Awards.
During January, Warnock's men won every league game that they played at Cardiff City Stadium, and came away from Ashton Gate with the Severnside Derby spoils.
Ralls lined up for City on seven occasions throughout the month, scoring against Aston Villa and Reading.
Reading boss Jaap Stam and Leeds United's Chris Wood were named eventual winners of the respective awards on Friday.
ACADEMY | APPRENTICE/PRO-CONTRACT OFFERS
NEXT UP FOR THE BLUEBIRDS...
Find out more.... Connor Young and James Waite, Cameron Coxe In other Academy news, we can confirm that first-year professional contract offers have been given to
were offered two-year apprenticeship deals with the Club. Adam Sharif & Keenan Patten, Trystan Jones, Connor Davies, Jac Davies, Ben Margetson
were delighted to confirm that nine players from the Academy have been offered apprenticeship terms this week. Cardiff City Football Club
at Pride Park Stadium Derby County are on the road again this Tuesday, 14th February, taking on Cardiff City- TICKETS HERE!
to Cardiff City Stadium on Saturday, 18th February.Rotherham UnitedAfter that, the Bluebirds are back in South Wales to welcome
Secure your place here...! just £49 + VAT - for the Foster's ClubCity fans can watch the game against the Millers in style, in CCS' newest hospitality lounge -