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‘Had to happen’ – Many Cardiff City fans react to emerging club decision

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Cardiff City have parted company with manager Neil Harris and assistant manager David Livermore, the club have confirmed.

Harris was appointed in the Welsh capital less than six weeks after ending his four-and-half year spell with Millwall in November 2019, and made a significant impression at the Cardiff City Stadium during his first season.

The former Lions boss guided Cardiff to the top-six, although they were unable to get past eventful play-off winners Fulham – with Bluebirds losing 3-2 on aggregate despite winning at Craven Cottage in the second leg.

However, this campaign has been a real struggle for Harris, whose side managed just three wins from their opening 13 Championship matches, which left them sitting 18th in the league table.

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Cardiff’s form picked up during a four-match winning run during the start of December, but the defeat to QPR on Wednesday evening was their fifth on the bounce – with the hierarchy calling time on Harris’ reign in South Wales after a little more than 14 months in the job.

Here’s how the Bluebirds faithful have been reacting on Twitter to Harris’ departure:


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