Date: 27th October 2007 at 5:41pm
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Cardiff City endured another frustrating afternoon in a scrappy game against Scunthorpe United today.


The first half was a tightly contested affair with neither side creating real chances but Cardiff City did take the lead when Hasselbaink skipped past a challenge on the right, and crossed for Stephen McPhail, thats right, STEPHEN McPHAIL to knock home from close range.



Cardiff dominated the rest of the game but Scunthorpe levelled proceedings in the second half as hesitant defending allowing Jim Goodwin to rifle home across debutant Kasper Schmichael.


Despite forming some half chances, Cardiff couldn’t get another and regularly disappointed the small crowd with wasted possession and lack of creativity.




Full report to follow Monday.

 

3 Replies to “Cardiff 1-1 Scunthorpe (Report)”

  • this is taking the mick now. dave jones keeps saying we know what the problem is……we know what the problem is………..then why aint he sorting it out…. hes always playin his big names up front and they not doing nothing try tervor sinclair up front with parry and put ledley and whittingham on the wings

  • .. yet again I travel literally 100s of miles and see a performance where only Ledley and Purse looked as if they really wanted to sort out problems by getting stuck in .. everyone near me thought McPhail’s “goal” was actually an own goal .. “man of the match” – chosen by the Echo team – they must have been having a laugh or early on the bubbly .. only Ledley and Parry seem capable of running FAST with the ball .. get a grip, Mr.Jones – time will soon be running out .. relegation looms ..

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