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Cardiff City draw 1-1 to Brighton

Joe Mason scored the Bluebirds' only goal Credit: PA

Cardiff City earned a point at league leaders Brighton this afternoon.

Joe Mason gave the Bluebirds the lead within five minutes of the start.

Dale Stephens levelled for the visitors eight minutes before half time.

Cardiff now sit ninth in the table, just behind Derby.

Full time: Cardiff 2-1 Charlton

Cardiff City win 2-1 against Charlton in the Championship.

The Bluebirds scored both goals in the second half with one from Joe Mason in the 51st minute and a header from Sean Morrison in the 75th.


Full time: Rotherham United 2-1 Cardiff City

Cardiff City experienced a cruel defeat against Rotherham United in the Championship, with the hosts securing victory via a deflected cross in injury time.

Cardiff played the whole second half with ten men after goalkeeper David Marshall was sent off for kicking out at an opponent.

Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe and Peter Whittingham scored a penalty for either side just before half-time, and Cardiff looked to have earned a point, until Chris Maguire's cross was deflected in by Matthew Connolly.

Half time: Rotherham Utd 1-1 Cardiff City

Cardiff City are level 1-1 at half-time against Rotherham in the Championship, but down to 10 men after goalkeeper David Marshall was sent off for kicking out at an opponent.

Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe beat substitute goalkeeper Simon Moore with his penalty, before Cardiff were awarded a spot-kick of their own in first-half injury time - and Peter Whittingham made no mistake.

FT: Cardiff City 0 - 2 Hull City

Full time at and Cardiff has lost their unbeaten start to the season, after suffering a 0-2 defeat against Hull.

Nearly 14,000 fans attended the match at Cardiff City Stadium.


Cardiff City sign Newcastle United's Sammy Amoebi

Cardiff City has confirmed the loan signing of Sammy Ameobi, from Newcastle United. The 23 year old has signed a season long agreement that will run until the end of June next year.

We're delighted to have Sammy on board, having hand-picked him specifically for his creativity and skill.

Sammy has Barclays Premier League experience to the tune of more than 50 top-flight appearances. We will continue to search for the right players who have specific skill sets and good character.

– Ken Choo, Cardiff City CEO
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