Date: 30th November 2009 at 9:55am
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Cardiff City boss Dave Jones was unhappy, but but seemed unperturbed after a shocking second half saw his side gift Ipswich Town the win – he told BBC Sport:

‘The players never made the right decisions after the break and it was a game we should never have lost. The midfield and front line were non-existent and we hardly strung two passes together.’

‘When you are fighting hard to get something out of a game you have to win the ball in tackles and we didn’t even do that.’

‘We have to do better and if the players pull their fingers out we can soon get back on track.’



Ipswich manager Roy Keane was happy with the win and paid tribute to his two goal-scorers:

‘I’ve had my share of luck here at Cardiff in the past but with the chances we had I think we deserved to win.’

‘Jon Walters has been a good leader over this difficult period and he scored a superb equaliser while Jon Stead is starting to make a habit of scoring vital goals for us.’