Neil Warnock praised the heart and commitment of his Cardiff side after they maintained their unbeaten start to his managerial tenure with a 1-1 Sky Bet Championship draw with Sheffield Wednesday.
Having kicked off his reign with victory over Bristol City, the Bluebirds had been on course to beat another side chasing promotion when Peter Whittingham's free-kick gave them a ninth-minute lead.
But the Owls dominated possession and an improved second-half showing got its reward when Daniel Pudil scored his first goal since December 10 minutes after the break.
I think four points from two games is fabulous really. We had to hang in there but you have to do that against a good side like Sheffield Wednesday.
I am still disappointed with the goal we conceded, it was poor, but I was really pleased with the effort from the lads.
We were not quite firing in attack but you will have games like that in the Championship and we live to fight another day.
Cardiff City have unveiled former Manchester United and Aston Villa winger Kieran Richardson as their fourth signing in just 48 hours.
I spoke to the Gaffer who said the right things and I knew straight away I wanted to play for him.
I’m honoured to play for a big club like Cardiff City and I can’t wait to get started now.
Ex-Arsenal player Marouane Chamakh has been added to Cardiff City's squad.
The Moroccan striker is the Championship side's third free transfer in the past 24 hours.
MC continued: “I’m looking forward to meeting with my new team-mates and getting started. I can’t wait to score for my new team.” #CityAsOne
Chamakh joins the Bluebirds on a short-term deal and will link up with manager Neil Warnock for a second time, having previously played for him in the Premier League for Crystal Palace.
The striker has 65 international caps and scored 14 times for Arsenal over three seasons between 2010 and 2013.
Warnock has added winger Junior Hoilett and defender Sol Bamba to his squad ahead of the side's clash with Bristol City on Friday.
Cardiff City have further bolstered their squad by signing Sol Bamba on a free transfer.
The 31 year-old defender has committed to the Bluebirds until the summer of 2018 and the move is subject to international clearance.
Bamba has 44 caps for Ivory Coast and has previously played for numerous clubs, including PSG, Leicester, Trabzonspor and Palermo among others.
He started the current season as captain of Leeds United, but had been released by the club by mutual consent.
The centre-back becomes new manager Neil Warnock's second signing after securing Junior Hoilett yesterday.
Cardiff City have signed Canadian international Junior Hoilett on a free transfer.
The 26 year-old winger joins up with new manager Neil Warnock for the second time, having previously played under him at Queens Park Rangers.
JH: “The Manager puts belief in his players and this is a great group of lads. Everyone loves playing for the Gaffer." #CityAsOne
The Bluebirds are 23rd in the division after collecting just eight points from their opening 11 games.
Warnock succeeded the sacked Paul Trollope last week, and will be hoping Hoilett can make an immediate impact when his side takes on Bristol City at home on Friday.
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David Marshall has completed his move to Hull City ending 7 years with Cardiff City.
The undisclosed fee is understood to be worth up to £5 million pounds to the Bluebirds with performance related add-ons.
The Scotland international had been widely expected to move to the Premier League outfit after being left of Paul Trollope’s side for Saturday’s 0-1 defeat to Reading.
Having featured for Cardiff almost 300 times Marshall oversaw Cardiff’s most prolific period in modern times as he helped them out of the Championship and into the Premier League for the first time in 2013. But their subsequent relegation has put the impressive Scot firmly in the sights of top-flight outfits ever since culminating in his eventual departure to the KCOM Stadium today.
Cardiff City Executive Director & CEO Ken Choo told the club’s website: “David has been a wonderful servant to our Football Club for over seven seasons and whilst we’re saddened to see him go, we felt it would be wrong to stand in the way of him moving back to the Premier League at this time.
“There is a deep mutual respect between David and the Club and it was with this in mind that we gave David our blessing to make a decision. He will remain part of the Cardiff City family and will always be welcome home.
"It goes without saying that David leaves with our utmost thanks and sincerest best wishes for the future.”