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One girl’s first football match – the aftermath

It was the first football match I’d ever attended, and before Cardiff City’s championship play-off against Reading on Tuesday I was jokingly called a ‘glory supporter’ by friends. By the time the final whistle blew, I was a ‘bad luck charm’. I never did get to see that eagerly-anticipated Ayatollah. The Bluebirds were defeated 0-3 … Continue reading

What’s an Ayatollah? One girl’s first football match

For years, I had merely a cursory knowledge of football and all to do with it. Granted, I knew the offside rule – demonstrated to me over dinner using salt and pepper shakers and a garden pea – but to say I was sketchy on the finer points of the game is an understatement of … Continue reading

Cardiff and Swansea: to the play-offs?

Both Cardiff and Swansea have seen their dreams of automatic promotion fade and die over the last week – barring any dramatic points deduction imposed on title-winning Queens Park Rangers. Sports reporter Rob King looks at where we stand, and what could come next. By Rob King Very well then, the play-offs. That seems to be … Continue reading

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