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Bizarre Goal Fails To Halt Bluebirds

Bizarre Goal Fails To Halt Bluebirds

Cardiff City barely got out of second gear as they dispatched a disappointing QPR side.


Cardiff took the lead after Paul Parry pounced onto a shocking back-pass and squared for Ledley to fire into an empty net.


Hasselbaink was the provider for Ledley's and Cardiff's second and the veteran striker later set-up Paul Parry to give Cardiff an insurmountable lead.


QPR did get a goal back in bizarre circumstances when an inoculous cross was fumbled by Cardiff Keeper Michael Oakes straight into a QPR player, the entire crowd was stunned, Oakes may have been fouled in the process but was withdrawn whether from injury or embarrassment and replaced by Peter Enckelman.


A comeback was never on the cards from lacklustre Rangers and a poor second half saw Cardiff amble towards the win and the three points.


Full report to follow tomorrow, another home win, the run continues and next up.....Stoke City.

Writer:Bluebirdshroom
Date:Tuesday January 29 2008
Time: 9:54PM

Comments

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I thought he'd given a foul, took me a full 2 minutes to realise QPR had scored !
bluebirdshroom
29/01/2008 21:57:00
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i was in a box behind the goal he kicked the keeper i thought. the qpr fans didnt realise they had scored until the next kick off lol enkerlman or watever has a hell of a boot
jamie_r
30/01/2008 16:13:00
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michael oakes made some super saves, and he is really a good keeper, just needed a chance and with the defence lookin sharpe it also makes him feel more confidence, enckleman made 1 or 2 premership class saves, and im glad he is our backup keeper, cause he is a keeper you expect to see in a botlon team or boro team week in week out
bluebird04
01/02/2008 00:23:00
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