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Thread: Next season is about Cardiff City not being such a soft touch

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    Next season is about Cardiff City not being such a soft touch

    After our 2nd Premier League failure, we finished in the playoffs and came close the following season after a poor start.

    However, over our last 3 seasons, we have lost more games than any other side who have completed the last 3 seasons in the Football/Premier League, apart from Doncaster who have also lost 68 times. We were also the 6th lowest scorers across all 4 divisions. Add to that one of the worst home records across the 4 divisions as well and it's been pretty grim times with little to celebrate for us City fans.

    This is nothing to do with Bulut, Morison, Hudson, Uncle Tom Cobley et al, but just to show that we've had 3 pretty crap seasons where defeats have been commonplace, struggled to score goals and generally been rubbish at home. All common factors regardless of manager.

    Let's hope that next season sees more goals and a side that is harder to beat but a bit more entertaining.

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    Re: Next season is about Cardiff City not being such a soft touch

    Sorry, but it’s all to do with Bulut, Morison, Hudson + Uncle Tom, as they pick the team and tactics

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    Re: Next season is about Cardiff City not being such a soft touch

    Quote Originally Posted by Eric the Half a Bee View Post
    After our 2nd Premier League failure, we finished in the playoffs and came close the following season after a poor start.

    However, over our last 3 seasons, we have lost more games than any other side who have completed the last 3 seasons in the Football/Premier League, apart from Doncaster who have also lost 68 times. We were also the 6th lowest scorers across all 4 divisions. Add to that one of the worst home records across the 4 divisions as well and it's been pretty grim times with little to celebrate for us City fans.

    This is nothing to do with Bulut, Morison, Hudson, Uncle Tom Cobley et al, but just to show that we've had 3 pretty crap seasons where defeats have been commonplace, struggled to score goals and generally been rubbish at home. All common factors regardless of manager.

    Let's hope that next season sees more goals and a side that is harder to beat but a bit more entertaining.
    Talk of a half-decent budget and Bulut being backed so hopefully onwards and upwards again this season

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