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Mackay 'not asked to resign'

Malky Mackay has spoken for the first time about the recent turmoil at Cardiff City. He denied he has been asked to resign, and said the departure of head of recruitment Iain Moody was not due to a transfer budget overspend.

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Cardiff City's Supporters' Trust "dissappointed" by club

Cardiff City's Supporter's Trust have issued a statement, responding to the statement issued by the club in the wake of yesterday's board meeting.

Keith Morgan, a member of the board of Cardiff City Supporters’ Trust, said:

We are disappointed that the statement contains no reference to fans, no consideration of putting an elected supporter representative on the board and also the issues which caused the upheaval at the club have not been addressed in the statement. We believe that far greater dialogue between the club owner and senior management and the supporters of the Bluebirds is vitally necessary in the future.We note that interest paid of £5.8m has been written off by Mr Tan which is good news for the club's future and makes reference to interest free loans.

But we are puzzled that the statement contains no reference to Mr Tan converting the debt, which has been built up, into shares.

Further clarification is needed from the club’s owner on this matter.We once again reiterate our full support for Malky Mackay and hope heleads the Bluebirds to even greater success in the Premier League.”

– Keith Morgan, Cardiff City Supporters' Trust

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