Vital Football

Latest Cardiff City News

Keogh 'Frustrated' By Cardiff City Spell

Keogh 'Frustrated' By Cardiff City Spell

Cardiff City allowed on-loan striker Andy Keogh to end his spell with the club during the January transfer window with the Irish International then moving to join Bristol City on another loan deal.

Keogh joined us on loan from Wolves following the departure of Ross McCormack to Leeds Utd. It was thought he would provide strong competition for our talented forward line. He was given a number of chances in the team, but usually in place of Bothroyd or as a lone striker. That did not suit his natural game, and he made a limited impact.

Keogh has spoken of his personal frustration and hit out at former boss Dave Jones after failing to get a prolonged run in the starting XI. Keogh told the Bristol Evening Post:

'It was a frustrating time for me at Cardiff, I'd be in the side one week and then out of it the next. I didn't feel as though I ever really got going while I was there.'

'I wasn't happy and I knew I had to move on if I wanted to kick-start my career.'

'I told them I wanted to leave and go back to Wolves and that's when Bristol City came in for me. I want to play regular games and show people what I'm capable of.'



It was little surprise to see Keogh leave, especially after the arrival of big Jon Parkin from Preston. He started the next game away at Norwich leaving Keogh further away from first choice. He scored his first goal for Bristol City over the weekend and appears happier at his new club.



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Bluebirdshroom
Date:Friday February 11 2011
Time: 11:49AM

Login to post a comment

Recent Cardiff City Articles

Warnock's 2017-18 Play-Off Aims

Neil Warnock is looking towards a play-off spot next season but concedes even that would be a 'massive achievement' for Cardiff.

More Reliable Than A Championship Octopus? (24/4/17)

Time for the new special computer that crunches the numbers to determine the final Championship positions for 2016/17.

Vital View - Championship, 21st-23rd April 2017

Brighton would have confirmed the title with a point but defeat kept Newcastle alive. Second-bottom Wigan are clinging on - Blackburn are two off Birmingham, three Nottingham Forest.

Warnock - We Need Greater Threats

Manager Neil Warnock has reflected on the scoreless draw with Wigan Athletic at the weekend and admitted Cardiff City need a great threat next season.

Archived Vital Cardiff Articles

Vital Cardiff articles from

Site Journalists

Write for Vital Cardiff
Write For Vital Cardiff
Apply Here

Current Poll (see more polls)

Cardiff City v Newcastle United
Suggested By:
Cardiff win0%
Newcastle win0%
Draw0%
ScoopDragon Publishing Entire League Network of Sites

League Table

# Team P W D L Pts. GD
P Brighton 44 28 8 8 92 35
P Newcastle 44 27 7 10 88 40
3 Huddersfield 44 25 6 13 81 3
4 Reading 44 24 7 13 79 1
5 Sheff Wed 44 23 9 12 78 15
6 Fulham 44 21 13 10 76 27
7 Leeds Utd 44 22 7 15 73 14
8 Norwich 44 19 9 16 66 12
9 Brentford 44 18 9 17 63 12
10 Derby County 44 17 12 15 63 2
11 Preston 44 16 13 15 61 2
12 Aston Villa 44 16 13 15 61 0
13 Cardiff 44 16 11 17 59 -2
14 Barnsley 44 15 12 17 57 0
15 Wolves 44 15 10 19 55 -3
16 Ipswich 44 13 16 15 55 -6
17 Bristol City 44 14 9 21 51 -6
18 Burton 44 13 12 19 51 -12
19 Q.P.R. 44 14 8 22 50 -12
20 Forest 44 13 9 22 48 -11
21 Birmingham 44 11 14 19 47 -22
22 Blackburn 44 10 15 19 45 -15
23 Wigan 44 10 11 23 41 -16
R Rotherham 44 5 6 33 21 -58
Write for Vital Football
Latest F1 News
Latest Vital Boxing News
The Vital Football Members League

Recent Cardiff City Results (view all)

Cardiff City Fixtures (view all)

Apr 28 2017 7:45PM : Newcastle United (H)
Sky Bet Championship
May 7 2017 12:00PM : Huddersfield Town (a)
Sky Bet Championship
Vital Football Comment