Cardiff ended the 2016/17 season on a high, beating a side who finished in the Championship play-off places 3-0 at the John Smith's Stadium.Read the full story ›
Neil Warnock's men are level with Wigan Athletic at the DW Stadium after the first half.
Cardiff boss Neil Warnock was the happier of the two managers as his side drew 0-0 against Barnsley at Oakwell last night.Read the full story ›
Cardiff boss Neil Warnock blamed himself for Blackburn's late leveller as the hosts' unbeaten start under Tony Mowbray continued.Read the full story ›
Cardiff City had to settle for a draw in their Championship match with Blackburn Rovers this evening, with Neil Warnock's side conceding an injury time equaliser to draw 1-1 at Ewood Park.
Cardiff took the lead through striker Kenneth Zohore just before half time - the 23-year-old Dane firing a fine volley past Jason Steele.
But Blackburn hit back right at the death, with Derrick Williams' close range finish rescuing a point for the struggling Championship side.
Cardiff couldn't hold on to their first half lead, losing 2-1 at QPR.
Goals from Matt Smith and Yeni Ngbakoto gave the home side the win.
Cardiff are in the lead at QPR at half time in the championship.
Joe Ralls came close to putting the visitors ahead in the closing minutes of the half, but his effort was saved. It was left to Sol Bamba's header at the stroke of half time to put the Bluebirds on the score board.
Half time score: QPR 0-1 Cardiff City.
The Bluebirds famously won the FA Cup in 1927, beating Arsenal 1-0 at Wembley.Read the full story ›
Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock says his position will be unaffected by any future sale of the club by owner Vincent Tan.Read the full story ›
Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan has confirmed he would consider an offer for the club at "the right price."
His comments come following recent reports suggesting the Malaysian businessman was looking to sell his interests in the Championship side.
In a statement, Tan said that although he was in "no rush" to sell, he would consider moving aside if it meant leaving Cardiff "in good hands".
...all my businesses are for sale at the right price. I do not fall in love with my businesses. I am in no rush to sell CCFC but if I am offered the right price by the right person who I believe will take the club to a higher level, I will certainly consider selling. I have said before that if I leave CCFC, I want to leave it in good hands.