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Poll: Were Cardiff right to sack Malky Mackay?

by Up Front

After a meeting of the Board of Directors, Cardiff City have chosen to sack manager Malky Mackay after two and a half years.

He guided Cardiff back into the top tier of English football after a 52-year absence, but after two consecutive defeats against Liverpool and Southampton Vincent Tan has wielded the axe after threatening to do so after their 1-0 victory against West Brom.

Cardiff are one point from the relegation at the halfway mark, but only three points from mid-table.

Poll: Were Cardiff right to sack Malky Mackay?

  • Yes (26%, 19 Votes)
  • No - disgrace! (74%, 55 Votes)

Total Voters: 74

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2 Responses

  1. JOE says:

    Malcky was the best thing we had. Unacceptable to sack him

  2. Mal B says:

    Foreign owners play their part financially but are used to making singular decisions without reference to the history of clubs and attempting to understand the importance to supporters.
    Great shame. There IS a middle road but culture prevents a platform for dialogue.

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