Date: 22nd November 2016 at 2:44pm
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Centre half Sol Bamba has said that he feels everything came together for Cardiff City as we entertained Huddersfield Town last weekend.

Welcoming David Wagner’s side to the Cardiff City Stadium for the game, goals from Sean Morrison, Junior Hoilett and Rickie Lambert set us on our way to a three two victory on the day, and for Bamba, he felt it showed exactly what the side was and could be capable of.

Speaking to the Official Site in his own post game press conference, the recent arrival under Neil Warnock explained.

‘That`s what the Championship is all about. The game had goals, controversial decisions and in the end we came away with the three points so we`re very happy. If we manage to keep playing like that I think we`ll win a lot of games. We are happy to put our bodies on the line for the club, at times our football could be a bit better but that will come. That result will be very good for our confidence. We want to be higher up the table but we can`t get carried away as it`s a difficult league with a lot of good teams. There`s a lot of time left in the season and if we can put a run together, winning two or three games, then I`m sure we can get ourselves up there.’

With Sol making his debut a month back, and finding the net in the Severnside over Bristol City, the Ivorian international went on to say that he was enjoying his time at the club so far and he also credited a growing and improving partnership with Sean Morrison in the heart of the defence.

‘The boys have been great so far. They`ve made it really easy for me to settle in and the manager has been really good too. I had known the club from afar and I had played here a few times before with Leicester and Leeds. So I knew it was a good club and I also knew a few of the boys here already which helped. Obviously the manager played a big part in it, we always wanted to work together, but we never had the chance so everything came together.’

Adding about our skipper.

‘Sean is a good player and when you`ve got a good player next to you it`s always easy. He`s a great leader and great captain of the club, he`s made it easy for me with plenty of talking and it`s so far, so good.’

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