Tuesday, 4 October 2016

Goodbye Mr T, but it was time for you to go...

After Cardiff City's worst start to a season since 2005, it has come as no surprise that the club have parted company with Head Coach Paul Trollope today.  A dismal run that started with the team being knocked out of the EFL Cup by League One side Bristol Rovers and after only two league wins out of their first eleven games has seen City plummet to 23rd position in the Championship table.  The mood amongst supporters is pessimistic to say the least, but many have commented that Paul Trollope was a nice guy, who was simply out of his depth.

The experienced former Sheffield United manager Neil Warnock has emerged as the bookies favourite to take over and he would be the ideal candidate for the job.  The question is would be want to work with Vincent Tan?