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We're going to Wembley.......AGAIN, yesssssssssss!
Well lads and lasses another fantastic day in the English capital beckons, from a personal point of view i still can't believe we have made the final of the best cup competition IN THE WORLD bar none.......It seems like the Barnsley fans have taken our much deserved win to heart.
Southampton on Saturday
Southampton on Saturday 29th March. Cardiff City play hosts to Southampton this weekend and this is another must win game for us if we hope to keep alive any dreams of achieving a play-off place. Southamptons away form has not been too good recently whereas City have been showing reasonable form at home over the last six games.
FA CUP SEMI FINAL
For the first time in 81 years Cardiff City have reached the semi-finals of the coveted FA Cup THE GREATEST CUP COMPETITION IN THE WORLD!!! Poor old Stan is soo excited he can hardly concentrate and is still floating on cloud nine and ten, hence the reason for my editing the front page this week.
5th Round FA Cup game against Wolves
Cardiff City entertain Wolverhampton Wanderers in the 5th Round of the FA CUP. Its one of Dave Jones former clubs. Extra spice is added because the then Chairman of Wolverhampton, Jed Moxey banned Cardiff fans from the league fixture at Wolves last season.
Cardiff City travel to Hereford Utd
Cardiff City travel to Edgar Street for the first time in 10 seasons in the 4th round of the FA Cup. The last time we played them was by coincidence on a Sunday and we drew 1-1 in a old third division game. It is a return home for our inform striker Paul Parry.
The play off places beckon?
The Bluebirds entertain Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday afternoon looking at a possible place in the play offs. After that they travel to Welshpool for a game in the FAW trophy and then play West Brom at the Hawthorns. The season is improving at just the right time...
Happy New Year to all Cardiff City fans.
Cardiff City look towards 2008 with new confidence after an impressive run of results, only a late goaldenied them all three points at Vicarage Road on Boxing Day, and the festive fixtures could result in a good haul of points from the trip to Preston and the home gamewith Plymouth Argyle on New Years day.
What's on the horizon...
After back to back wins, Cardiff City can look forward to Christmas with a bit more confidence. On December 15th the Bluebirds play Bristol City at Ashton Gate and this is followed by a home match against Sheffield United on Saturday 22nd December. After Christmas and on Boxing day the Bluebirds travel to Watford to play the high flying hornets.
F A Cup draw - Cardiff will be away.....
It will be an away match at either Chasetown or Port Vale in the third round of the FA Cup next month. The full draw is shown below..... The Bluebirds will be the giants for a change and should be looking for a place in the fourth round whoever makes it through the replay......