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Cardiff & Coventry In 0-0 Stalemate

Cardiff City earnt an away point at Coventry City after a 0-0 draw at the Ricoh Arena.


Cardiff named Enckelman and Ramsey in the starting XI at the expense of Oakes and McPhail but it was the home side had the better of a tame first half, Michael Mifsud seeing a shot well saved after he turned Roger Johnson.


However, Cardiff City improved in the second half and created a number of reasonable chances. Gavin Rae went close early on and Whittingham, Hasselbaink and most notably Parry all went close for Cardiff City. The visitors looked the more likely to net a winner although Leon Best did cause some trouble to the Cardiff defence after Mifsud was withdrawn.


The game ended in a draw, a point apiece and the slump halted for Cardiff. Ramsey and Enckelman were both impressive for City while they did play with more heart and flair in the second half. A natural finisher is missing, and its blatantly obvious.





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Writer: Bluebirdshroom Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday February 12 2008

Time: 9:59PM

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its getting ridiculas, week in week out it says cardiff had something like 7 or more shots on target, we seem to be scoring 1 or 2 and even 0. which is appauling. we cant expect to be in this league if we cant finish
bluebird04
He He, slippingup now
cyjax
A goalscorer would make suce a difference, must say cyjax - Swansea are doin rediculously well not to have slipped up at all - you just keep on winning!
bluebirdshroom
A point is beeter than no points after the game, was going to be a tough game for you.
will it ever happen
 

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