Date: 5th October 2009 at 10:24am
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Cardiff City manager Dave Jones was delighted with the 4-0 romp over Watford, praising his side`s consistency. He told BBC Sport:

“The last couple of weeks we have been talking about consistency. We are still a bit hit and miss sometimes with certain things that we do.”

“When you’re on a run you have got to try and hit the consistent run and try and keep it going. It was important today to come away with something. It was a good team performance carrying on from Tuesday night.”

“If you go into the international break having won two on the trot then you can’t wait for the next game.”


Watford manager Malky Mackay was not best pleased:

“To give the two cheap goals away in the first half, like we did, means you have a mountain to climb.”

“I have been in the division long enough to realise that you are going to have tough times and times when you have to stick together.”