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Cardiff City vs. Burnley

Cardiff City Stadium

Saturday 27th October 2012

3pm

From Robins Nest to Bluebirds Over

Burnley travel to the Cardiff City Stadium this Saturday to play the high-flying Bluebirds.

The Pre-amble:

The Clarets are on a bit of a high at the moment following a remarkable turnaround of fortunes under caretaker manager, Terry Pashley. Pashley has engineered victories at home to Blackpool and away to Bristol City in his two games in charge so far and will be hoping Burnley`s new found confidence can give the Clarets another victory in the tricky game away to Cardiff this Saturday. If they do win if will be some achievement! Burnley last managed three consecutive wins at the end of 2011.

Six points maximum however from two games has given Burnley renewed vigour and they are now within just three points of a play-offs spot. They are in 14th place with seventeen points from 12 games just three points behind joint sixth placed Wolves (who we play next at home a week this Saturday) and Rovers. Another victory and the new manager, expected to be announced next week will be taking over a promotion chasing team and not one that looked set for a relegation battle following Eddie Howe`s last game in charge.

So can the Clarets win their second away win in succession following their 4-3 win over Bristol City in midweek? Well Malky Mackay`s men will be no pushovers and the Bluebirds will certainly be tougher birds to beat than the Robins! They are currently in second spot just behind league leaders, Leicester on goal difference. One problem too for the Clarets could be the Birdbirds impressive home form. You have to go back to March this year and the match against Hull for the last time they lost on home soil. They have not lost in 12 games on their own patch and are now going for a seven consecutive victory at home this Saturday. They last achieved that in November 2002 and will be hoping to beat their record of nine later this year. Let`s hope then we can stop their advance and cause another shock. Let`s also hope Charlie Austin can score in his ninth consecutive game and break all records for a Burnley player.

Cardiff City Team News:

Cardiff will be without injured strikers Craig Bellamy (ankle) and Tommy Smith (hamstring) for this clash. Bellamy came off in the midweek game at home to Watford on Tuesday night and will now miss the Burnley match after scans revealed the extent of his ankle injury. Tommy Smith also pulled up with a hamstring twinge in the second half of Tuesday`s game. The two strikers join fellow forward Nicky Maynard on the injured front. Maynard is unlikely to play again this season after suffering a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his knee. The 25-year-old suffered the injury during the second half of Cardiff's 2-0 win at Millwall last month

Midfielder, Jordan Mutch has been sidelined for a month with a foot injury and could be fit in time to feature against the Clarets. Fulham midfielder Kerim Frei also joined Cardiff on an emergency one-month loan basis on Friday and the 18 year old is expected to be in the Cardiff squad on Saturday.

Player to watch: Peter Whittingham

Whittingham is currently Cardiff`s leading goal scorer this season with seven goals in all competitions. The 28 year old, former England Under 21 international is predominantly an attacking midfielder but can also play on both flanks as a winger or indeed up front as a striker. He is no stranger of course to Burnley fans having spent some time on loan at Turf Moor back in 2005 whilst on Aston Villa`s books . In January 2007 Whittingham was transferred from Villa to Cardiff City for a reported fee of £350,000. He has since scored 62 goals from 236 appearances for the club which at a rate of about one goal every four matches is not bad for a player not recognised naturally as a striker.

Burnley Team News:

Left back, Ben Mee is suspended after picking up his fifth yellow card in the midweek away win at Ashton Gate. Joseph Mills looks set to make a return to the starting eleven and fill the left back position. Ross Wallace, who pulled up with a hamstring strain in the warm up session against Bristol City on Tuesday night is rated 50-50 to play against the Bluebirds. One player definitely sidelined is Marvin Bartley . The midfielder is suffering from a groin injury.

Player to watch: Brian Stock

Stock has been the automatic choice in Pashley`s two games in charge so far and with Bartley sidelined with injury he now looks set to make the starting eleven for the third game running. He seems to be a solid, dependable sort of player so far without setting the world alight. Sometimes that`s all you need! If he plays against Cardiff he will have racked up 350 career league appearances.

Team & Tactics:

I suspect Pashley could be tempted to play with a lone striker up front. It is possible we could have a five man midfield with Marney perhaps playing in front of the back four as a defensive midfielder and Pato playing out wide. Assuming Wallace does not feature, it could be a similar starting eleven to the line-up against the Robins with Mills coming in to replace the suspended Ben Mee being the only change. The line-up could then look something like this :

Grant, Trippier, Duff, Shackell, Mills, Stanislas, McCann, Marney, Stock, Paterson, Austin

Subs: Jensen, Edgar, O'Neill, Long, Stewart, Ings, Vokes

Ref Watch:

County Durham referee, Nigel Miller is in charge of this clash. Miller last featured in a Clarets game back in April last season when we beat Doncaster Rovers 2-1 in the Keepmoat. Three red cards were shown that day, but generally this referee is fairly lenient with his card showing. In 42 games last season, he only gave a red card three times plus a modest 104 yellow cards. So far this season in 12 games, nobody has seen red and there have been 38 yellows.

Match Prediction:

Cardiff are undefeated in nine league and cup meetings with the Clarets having won 3 and drawn six of those last nine encounters.

I am still hoping Pash however can make it three wins in a row but it will be a tall order against the high flying Welsh club who have now gone 12 games without defeat on home soil. I think however the Clarets confidence has now returned and they might be able to sneak this one although a draw looks more realistic. So 1-1!! Remarkably six of the last seven clashes in the Championship between these two teams have been drawn so the prediction looks a little more obvious on that basis.

Next Match:

Wolves come to town on Saturday 3rd November (Kick-Off: 3pm)




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Date:Saturday October 27 2012

Time: 10:32AM

Your Comments

Come on you Clarets! Would be delighted with at least a point here
turfmanphil
Come on you Clarets! Would be delighted with at least a point here
turfmanphil
Team sheet-Grant Trippier Shackell Duff Mills Stanislas Stock Marney McCann Paterson Austin Subs: Jensen, Lafferty O'Neill Edgar Stewart Ings Vokes
turfmanphil
Team sheet-Grant Trippier Shackell Duff Mills Stanislas Stock Marney McCann Paterson Austin Subs: Jensen, Lafferty O'Neill Edgar Stewart Ings Vokes
turfmanphil
Bugger 3 mins 1-0 down..Mason!! First attack
turfmanphil
Bugger 3 mins 1-0 down..Mason!! First attack
turfmanphil
Not in this at all! Being bombarded and lucky not to be 2-0 down. Mason again this time hits post! 15 minutes to go to end of first half
turfmanphil
Not in this at all! Being bombarded and lucky not to be 2-0 down. Mason again this time hits post! 15 minutes to go to end of first half
turfmanphil
Dreadful 2-0 41 minutes Noone! Can't see us coming back from this! Bad defending again, can't clear lines. Grant should have done better with weak parry
turfmanphil
Dreadful 2-0 41 minutes Noone! Can't see us coming back from this! Bad defending again, can't clear lines. Grant should have done better with weak parry
turfmanphil
2-0 to Red Dragons at half-time (yeah I know the are really Bluebirds)
turfmanphil
2-0 to Red Dragons at half-time (yeah I know the are really Bluebirds)
turfmanphil
We do need to sort out the defensive mistakes, we have one good centre half in Jason shakel michael duff is to slow now and we need another quick central defender David edgar gets caught out of position to much. Cardiff however are probibly the best team in the Championship. we have to score an early goal in the second half to have a chance
Albmaleaf claret
We do need to sort out the defensive mistakes, we have one good centre half in Jason shakel michael duff is to slow now and we need another quick central defender David edgar gets caught out of position to much. Cardiff however are probibly the best team in the Championship. we have to score an early goal in the second half to have a chance
Albmaleaf claret
Vokes on for Stanislas start of second half..move to 4-4-2
turfmanphil
Vokes on for Stanislas start of second half..move to 4-4-2
turfmanphil
Sean Dyche in the stands watching the game?
8clarets8
Sean Dyche in the stands watching the game?
8clarets8
All gone back to same as, defensive blunders, getting pounded! Let's try and get Austin a goal! Ings on to replace Pato 72 minutes
turfmanphil
All gone back to same as, defensive blunders, getting pounded! Let's try and get Austin a goal! Ings on to replace Pato 72 minutes
turfmanphil
3-0 Bollox..Connolly 82 mins
turfmanphil
3-0 Bollox..Connolly 82 mins
turfmanphil
FFS 4-0 six minutes remaining
turfmanphil
FFS 4-0 six minutes remaining
turfmanphil
Awful..clueless 4-0 defeat and a pounding! FFS Burnley Board sort it and show some ambition..Dyche my arse!!
turfmanphil
Awful..clueless 4-0 defeat and a pounding! FFS Burnley Board sort it and show some ambition..Dyche my arse!!
turfmanphil
I'd rather your arse turfmanphil instead Dyche. HA! HA!
Nblood77
I'd rather your arse turfmanphil instead Dyche. HA! HA!
Nblood77
Dyche can now se how bad the defence is he will sort it
Albmaleaf claret
Dyche can now se how bad the defence is he will sort it
Albmaleaf claret
In all seriousness, I would be as close as ever to turning my back on this club if Dyche is appointed. I dont think I ever would, but Dyche is by no means a manager who is likely to take us forward and bring success. This is how I see it, the board has seen what Dyche has done last season, achieved a mid-table finish on almost no finances, and they are hoping he will be able to do the same here. If the board does make this appointment, it will be as bad as it ever has been.
AdamBurnleyFan
In all seriousness, I would be as close as ever to turning my back on this club if Dyche is appointed. I dont think I ever would, but Dyche is by no means a manager who is likely to take us forward and bring success. This is how I see it, the board has seen what Dyche has done last season, achieved a mid-table finish on almost no finances, and they are hoping he will be able to do the same here. If the board does make this appointment, it will be as bad as it ever has been.
AdamBurnleyFan
I have had enough of conceding 3 and 4 goals a game, its absolutely unacceptable. We need someone who can sort the defence out, and Sean Dyche is certainly not the man to do that. Watford conceded 64 goals last season in the league, thats six more than we did if you thought our defence was bad. May I remind you that Watford fans were always complaining about conceding too many goals. If you want more of the same here at Burnley, appoint Sean Dyche !
AdamBurnleyFan
I have had enough of conceding 3 and 4 goals a game, its absolutely unacceptable. We need someone who can sort the defence out, and Sean Dyche is certainly not the man to do that. Watford conceded 64 goals last season in the league, thats six more than we did if you thought our defence was bad. May I remind you that Watford fans were always complaining about conceding too many goals. If you want more of the same here at Burnley, appoint Sean Dyche !
AdamBurnleyFan
No matter what the fans say the tight fisted Board wil appoint the cheapest and in any way apparently respectable candidate. The thought that a proven good manager, given reasonable money could get results, increase the attendance with more advertising clout and gate money, thereby profit, seems to be off their radar.
cornwallclaret
No matter what the fans say the tight fisted Board wil appoint the cheapest and in any way apparently respectable candidate. The thought that a proven good manager, given reasonable money could get results, increase the attendance with more advertising clout and gate money, thereby profit, seems to be off their radar.
cornwallclaret
Remind me not to bendover when you are around Nblood lol!! ;-) Well BFC if you ever have the balls to read Vital Burnley you have your answer!! Grow a pair
turfmanphil
Remind me not to bendover when you are around Nblood lol!! ;-) Well BFC if you ever have the balls to read Vital Burnley you have your answer!! Grow a pair
turfmanphil
Sean DYCHE IS A GOOD COACH Watford would have gone down with most managers he kept watford in mid table and also they finished hiher than burnley with a nothing buget i would be pleased if he was appointed ahd as a football coach i belive he wil do well
Albmaleaf claret
Sean DYCHE IS A GOOD COACH Watford would have gone down with most managers he kept watford in mid table and also they finished hiher than burnley with a nothing buget i would be pleased if he was appointed ahd as a football coach i belive he wil do well
Albmaleaf claret
Many keep going on about the board being tight fisted, well lets se Bolton £110 plus million in debt wages hemoraging, Blackburn Owners with not as much money as they apear to have Most teams in the championship with debt and nothing to spend, Most teams apart fron a couple in the premiership millions & millions in debt with no chance of progressing. Lets spend what we havent got do a Portsmouth and go bust & struggle for years to come. Sean dyche is a good Coach i keep saying that so lets get behind him if he gets the job he will be better than Eddie howe you se
Albmaleaf claret
Many keep going on about the board being tight fisted, well lets se Bolton £110 plus million in debt wages hemoraging, Blackburn Owners with not as much money as they apear to have Most teams in the championship with debt and nothing to spend, Most teams apart fron a couple in the premiership millions & millions in debt with no chance of progressing. Lets spend what we havent got do a Portsmouth and go bust & struggle for years to come. Sean dyche is a good Coach i keep saying that so lets get behind him if he gets the job he will be better than Eddie howe you se
Albmaleaf claret
Adam sorry to hear you will turn your back on the club, surely thats a knee jerk reaction. Every manager deserves a chance (although Laws never got one)
grimsby claret
Adam sorry to hear you will turn your back on the club, surely thats a knee jerk reaction. Every manager deserves a chance (although Laws never got one)
grimsby claret
We need a defence that will be the first job for the new manager.
grimsby claret
We need a defence that will be the first job for the new manager.
grimsby claret
Grimsby I said I never would, I was obviously exaggerating but I really cant see what the board see in Dyche. I cant see into the future though, Dyche might win us the league, but Im being realsitic. And the reality is, it is almost a certainty he wont take us up. Where as I think the likes of Holloway would have a great chance. I will have to get behind Dyche if he does get the job, but it will make my distaste towards the board ever stronger.
AdamBurnleyFan
Grimsby I said I never would, I was obviously exaggerating but I really cant see what the board see in Dyche. I cant see into the future though, Dyche might win us the league, but Im being realsitic. And the reality is, it is almost a certainty he wont take us up. Where as I think the likes of Holloway would have a great chance. I will have to get behind Dyche if he does get the job, but it will make my distaste towards the board ever stronger.
AdamBurnleyFan
I would prefer Holloway too Adam but I dont think he will sign for us. Dont think he is on the short list.
grimsby claret
I would prefer Holloway too Adam but I dont think he will sign for us. Dont think he is on the short list.
grimsby claret
I hope that potential managers do not read the above....gates of 11,000 and a defence that not even having the best striker in Englandc can magic into many victories......managers must be knocking the doors down to get in....training facilities that are now just about adequate.....a large dose of realism is required....Sean has the same potential Coyle had when we appointed that journeyman jock and even Coyle managed the odd highlight...who can forget Hartlepool away in the cup. I would hate to see the Laws syndrome hit the new manager on day one, whenever it is.
VinRogue
I hope that potential managers do not read the above....gates of 11,000 and a defence that not even having the best striker in Englandc can magic into many victories......managers must be knocking the doors down to get in....training facilities that are now just about adequate.....a large dose of realism is required....Sean has the same potential Coyle had when we appointed that journeyman jock and even Coyle managed the odd highlight...who can forget Hartlepool away in the cup. I would hate to see the Laws syndrome hit the new manager on day one, whenever it is.
VinRogue
That's exactly what's going to happen VR if we don't show some balls an get a proven manager in gates will go down, beggars belief if they don't listen to the fans and even there own polls on their own site, nothing is concrete yet but it's looking like SD, if they got someone like Holloway or McCarthy hell I would even take out a second mortgage to see a few games.
8clarets8
That's exactly what's going to happen VR if we don't show some balls an get a proven manager in gates will go down, beggars belief if they don't listen to the fans and even there own polls on their own site, nothing is concrete yet but it's looking like SD, if they got someone like Holloway or McCarthy hell I would even take out a second mortgage to see a few games.
8clarets8
I hoped for better when Eddie Howe left, I thought we could bring someone in who could take us to the next level. And I am sure that person is not Sean Dick.
AdamBurnleyFan
I hoped for better when Eddie Howe left, I thought we could bring someone in who could take us to the next level. And I am sure that person is not Sean Dick.
AdamBurnleyFan
Adamburnleyfan very unjust assessment of shaun dyche Did a superb job at watford keepin a shoestring team with nothing to spend highre than burnley last season then being saked for it, Owen Coyle came fron non proven background, I have been a burnley fc upporter all my life born in burnley & will get behing Sean Dyche as will many burnley fans. so please Give the net manager a chance without pre judging knowing nothing about their abilities. If Sean Dyche takes the burnley Managers Job and in feb we are 2nd in the division what then will you be unjustly alling him what you called him
Albmaleaf claret
Adamburnleyfan very unjust assessment of shaun dyche Did a superb job at watford keepin a shoestring team with nothing to spend highre than burnley last season then being saked for it, Owen Coyle came fron non proven background, I have been a burnley fc upporter all my life born in burnley & will get behing Sean Dyche as will many burnley fans. so please Give the net manager a chance without pre judging knowing nothing about their abilities. If Sean Dyche takes the burnley Managers Job and in feb we are 2nd in the division what then will you be unjustly alling him what you called him
Albmaleaf claret
I think Crystal Palace may have a spanner here.
cornwallclaret
I think Crystal Palace may have a spanner here.
cornwallclaret
I am looking at what many Watford supporters think About Sean Dyche nothing but praise, So burnley boo boys who whant to have a go and be negative Go and support someone else and remove your poision and negative aproach far away from Burnley fc Sean Dyche is a good coach and a very good prospect. If all you BOO BOYS leave there may be a thousand less gates for a while but when you negative garbage is no longer there the gates and upbeat atmosphere may bring the fans back so shut uo boo boys
Albmaleaf claret
I am looking at what many Watford supporters think About Sean Dyche nothing but praise, So burnley boo boys who whant to have a go and be negative Go and support someone else and remove your poision and negative aproach far away from Burnley fc Sean Dyche is a good coach and a very good prospect. If all you BOO BOYS leave there may be a thousand less gates for a while but when you negative garbage is no longer there the gates and upbeat atmosphere may bring the fans back so shut uo boo boys
Albmaleaf claret
I don't think Dyche is the right man and i will support him if he gets the job but i think he lacks experience, i just think there are better choices. LET say's that West Brom's Head Of Technical Recruitment Lee Darnbrough will become Director Of Football. The deal was done by Howe so it will be interesting how the new manager will get on with him.
Nblood77
I don't think Dyche is the right man and i will support him if he gets the job but i think he lacks experience, i just think there are better choices. LET say's that West Brom's Head Of Technical Recruitment Lee Darnbrough will become Director Of Football. The deal was done by Howe so it will be interesting how the new manager will get on with him.
Nblood77
Albmaleaf, I am with you on this one. 3 weeks ago where were these people? Were they calling for the inexperienced manager with a defence that was the laughing stock to be sacked instantly? Dyche has had a spell with the England Under 21's, his knowledge, contacts and ability are imo better than the outgoing manager, we would all like a big name but realistically we need a better manager than the last one and SD fits that profile as do quite a few others.
VinRogue
Albmaleaf, I am with you on this one. 3 weeks ago where were these people? Were they calling for the inexperienced manager with a defence that was the laughing stock to be sacked instantly? Dyche has had a spell with the England Under 21's, his knowledge, contacts and ability are imo better than the outgoing manager, we would all like a big name but realistically we need a better manager than the last one and SD fits that profile as do quite a few others.
VinRogue
We need someone who can sort out the woeful defence and anybdy else now thinkng Jason Shackell has been one huge disappointment? Has Dyche really got enough about him to sort the mess out? Why has no other Championship club been linked with Dyche accept recently Palace? I am sick and tired of accepting second best! It would be an utter disgrace if we let Holloway slip through our fingers!
turfmanphil
We need someone who can sort out the woeful defence and anybdy else now thinkng Jason Shackell has been one huge disappointment? Has Dyche really got enough about him to sort the mess out? Why has no other Championship club been linked with Dyche accept recently Palace? I am sick and tired of accepting second best! It would be an utter disgrace if we let Holloway slip through our fingers!
turfmanphil
Its not about if he is a better manager or not, its about whether or not he's the right manager, and its just my own personal opinion that he isn't. Totally agree with that last comment TMP. What I'm trying to say is, if we could have got Holloway, or McCarthy, or Coyle and we have let the opportunity pass us by for whatever reason, almost certainly financial, then I will be absolutely disgusted by the board. The fact that we got at least £1million for Howe suggests that we could have put out a bit extra without causing any real harm. There's nothing wrong with Dyche in principal, but compared to who we supposedly could have had, I'm really disappointed. And like I've previously stated, I don't think he is really the man for the job in terms of ability to sort out the defence and gather consistency. If speculation was right, I would have rather had Lomas, as I think he would be better suited to this job, but thats just me. If Dyche is appointed, which seems inevitable now, then for the sake of Burnley Football Club, I really hope he succeeds. I will support him and get behind him, that I promise. But nothing will take away from the disappointment of the whole situation.
AdamBurnleyFan
Its not about if he is a better manager or not, its about whether or not he's the right manager, and its just my own personal opinion that he isn't. Totally agree with that last comment TMP. What I'm trying to say is, if we could have got Holloway, or McCarthy, or Coyle and we have let the opportunity pass us by for whatever reason, almost certainly financial, then I will be absolutely disgusted by the board. The fact that we got at least £1million for Howe suggests that we could have put out a bit extra without causing any real harm. There's nothing wrong with Dyche in principal, but compared to who we supposedly could have had, I'm really disappointed. And like I've previously stated, I don't think he is really the man for the job in terms of ability to sort out the defence and gather consistency. If speculation was right, I would have rather had Lomas, as I think he would be better suited to this job, but thats just me. If Dyche is appointed, which seems inevitable now, then for the sake of Burnley Football Club, I really hope he succeeds. I will support him and get behind him, that I promise. But nothing will take away from the disappointment of the whole situation.
AdamBurnleyFan
Well said Adam, that is exactly how I feel!!
turfmanphil
Well said Adam, that is exactly how I feel!!
turfmanphil
If Dyche goes to Palace will you be happy to see us miss out on him? If Mad Mick and Ollie don't want to manage our club where does that leave us? It will be a straight choice between Pash and Mellon.
VinRogue
If Dyche goes to Palace will you be happy to see us miss out on him? If Mad Mick and Ollie don't want to manage our club where does that leave us? It will be a straight choice between Pash and Mellon.
VinRogue
I'd rather have Pash or Mellon rather than Dyche, at least they have an understanding of the club.
Nblood77
I'd rather have Pash or Mellon rather than Dyche, at least they have an understanding of the club.
Nblood77
If Dyche goes to Palace, I would not break out sweating! It's nothing but an OKish sort of appointment in my opinion to bring Dyche to Turf Moor. What if Holloway is interested but three of the board have overruled in favour of Dyche? Majority of five? Latest in LT: 'In the meantime there was believed to have been an 11th hour push from some members of the board to plump for a more audacious appointment, with Blackpool boss Ian Holloway their intended target.But Dyche was thought to have been favoured by three of the five directors and is understood to have now indicated that he is willing to accept the job' [Edited by turfmanphil]
turfmanphil
If Dyche goes to Palace, I would not break out sweating! It's nothing but an OKish sort of appointment in my opinion to bring Dyche to Turf Moor. What if Holloway is interested but three of the board have overruled in favour of Dyche? Majority of five? Latest in LT: 'In the meantime there was believed to have been an 11th hour push from some members of the board to plump for a more audacious appointment, with Blackpool boss Ian Holloway their intended target.But Dyche was thought to have been favoured by three of the five directors and is understood to have now indicated that he is willing to accept the job' [Edited by turfmanphil]
turfmanphil
As I said elsewhere though, it is an interesting one this! Had we not been linked with the likes of Holloway and McCarthy, the appointment of Dyche might well have been better accepted. I will certainly give him a chance and get behind him but the thought of losing out on Holloway will always be at the back of my mind.
turfmanphil
As I said elsewhere though, it is an interesting one this! Had we not been linked with the likes of Holloway and McCarthy, the appointment of Dyche might well have been better accepted. I will certainly give him a chance and get behind him but the thought of losing out on Holloway will always be at the back of my mind.
turfmanphil
Holloway wanting £1 million a year would mean we had no ambition or would mean Barry K voted NOOOOOOOOO lol
VinRogue
Holloway wanting £1 million a year would mean we had no ambition or would mean Barry K voted NOOOOOOOOO lol
VinRogue
I did hear Alan Curbishley asked for a million if he got the club promoted during the Coyle replacement saga! The club they say no! Why not? You stand to gain £90 million for getting promoted!!
turfmanphil
I did hear Alan Curbishley asked for a million if he got the club promoted during the Coyle replacement saga! The club they say no! Why not? You stand to gain £90 million for getting promoted!!
turfmanphil
 

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