February 2013 Archives
Take a walk down memory lane with these amazing stickers of Cardiff City star Craig Bellamy.
Did you have any stickers like this and what were your favourites?
With the team doing so well, opposition to the rebrand has been largely dormant recently. Not any more.
Vincent Tan's scarf giveaway has presented disgruntled fans with the perfect opportunity to reiterate that they remain against playing in red and would also oppose any of his future whims.
With huge shirt and ticket sales, Tan would be forgiven for thinking that his changes have been embraced and accepted, hopefully Tuesday night will demonstrate otherwise.
Robin Friday was fed up. He'd been sent off after falling out with Brighton's Mark Lawrenson at their old Goldstone Road ground in 1977 - and took it out on his own team-mates!
They returned to the away dressing room after the final whistle and discovered that Friday had thrown all of their clothes, everything he could find, into the team bath.
It was, at the time, the longest first-class match in the history of football. Cardiff City's home match against Bristol City kicked off at 3pm - and dragged on, and on, and on.
The winner was eventually scored at 6.40pm when Blaengarw-born Billy Rees (pictured) headed in for the Bluebirds - and they simply could not find the energy to celebrate! The match had lasted a mighty 202 minutes - three hours, 22 minutes.
That goal, which secured a 4-3 aggregate win was a welcome relief for players, supporters and officials.
Rhys Healey, Cardiff City's January signing from Connah's Quay Nomads, made his Bluebirds debut this week.
He played for Cardiff's under-18 team in a 2-1 friendly defeat against Exeter City.
Ben Watkins scored when he went for goal from 25 yards, but Exeter hit back to win.
Goalkeeper David Richards did well for City, while captain Kane Owen was another Bluebirds player to shine.
Healey had plenty of possession and went close several times. He was clean through just before half-time, but fired just wide.