Cardiff City’s poor run continued as they were beaten 1-0 by rivals Bristol City at home last night.
An early Chris Martin strike gave the visitors the lead and whilst the Bluebirds were dominant for much of the game afterwards, they were wasteful in front of goal.
Harry Wilson and Kieffer Moore in particular had good opportunities to equalise but they just couldn’t get a goal.
🎙 “I’m absolutely gutted. I feel robbed. We dominated the ball, dominated at set plays, and dominated every duel on the pitch. But we haven’t scored.
“We have to find that clinical edge.”
— Cardiff City FC (@CardiffCityFC) November 6, 2020
That left boss Neil Harris ruing his luck, as he claimed afterwards he felt ‘robbed’ by the result as he urged his side to find a more clinical edge in front of goal.
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Despite many fans agreeing the team should’ve got something last night, it’s fair to say they weren’t too pleased with the manager as this extends what has been a worrying spell, with Cardiff having won just once in their last six games.
Here we look at some of the reaction to Harris’ comments from Twitter…
We're absolutely gutted you're still in charge #HarrisOut
— G. Davies (@sonicgdavies) November 7, 2020
You're running out of time Harris. The meter is running. The buck stops with you.
— Taut Raisin (@greyprawn) November 6, 2020
Not good enough harris,got to go cant lose Derby games
— Lyrical C4 (@lyrical_c4) November 6, 2020
Quite a few people are gutted that you are still manager at CCFC Neil.
— Ant (@antccfc) November 7, 2020
It's the fans that are gutted having yet more tripe served up!
The only duel Moore won was against a 5ft 2inch defender and he headed over from 3 yards, the defender marking him had man of the match, that says it all!
— Lee Parsons LRPS (@leeparsonsphoto) November 7, 2020
Just walk Neil. You’re just not up to it. If the players are good enough, you’re not getting the best out of them!
— He’s so Blue (@blueman61) November 6, 2020
Not the managers fault that we couldn’t find the back of the net! The players need to be better. An individual errors cost us once again tonight! Can’t keep sacking managers it gets you nowhere
— Jamie CCFC Anderson (@JamieAnderson93) November 6, 2020