It has been a miserable start to the season for Cardiff City – recording just two wins in their opening 11 games.
They sit second bottom of the league and their confidence has vanished in a blink of an eye from the Bluebirds’ dressing room.
However, there is some light at the end of the tunnel after landing their prime managerial target this week in Neil Warnock, who succeeds Paul Trollope after losing his job after just five months.
There were many delighted faces among the Bluebirds supporters with the 67-year-old’s arrival, and they will be hoping that Warnock is the man that can replicate his form in his 16 game spell with Rotherham United last season.
There is no doubt that during the international break, Warnock will deeply analyse where the problems are lying in the Cardiff squad and it is likely he will make some big changes by the time they face their Severnside neighbours Bristol City next weekend.
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