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Hull Fan's View On Cardiff Clash

Vital Cardiff City canvassed the opinions of huge Hull City fan Jason Palmer. Many thanks to him, especially for his rapid response at a ridiculously late time last night:




Some fantastic results lately - you must be happy?

Definately. It's been the same all season but we're always good to lose a game from no-where. It was great to beat West Brom away but we then lost to Bristol, they've done so well all year but a draw would have made a huge difference.


Into the play-offs, think you'll stay there?

Honestly I don't know but from here I'd be disappointed not to make it. I dread to think what would happen if we got promoted but I think we deserve a shot. We have a couple of games in hand (one against you!) so as long as we keep picking up points and don't lose heads we can do it.


Hull city player to watch?

Difficult to say but Frazier Campbell is always capable of a bit of magic. He has great potential for the future and scored some good goals for us this year.


One Cardiff player on a free - who and why?

Peter Whittingham! I saw the goal, that was Premiership class and he had a superb game by all accounts. I really like the balance of the Hull squad but I think he could add a little bit extra.


Prediction for the game?


Hopefully you'll be a bit tired and with the form we're in I think we can take advantage with a 2-1 win for the Tigers.







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Date:Wednesday March 12 2008

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