Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has stepped down as manager of Cardiff, the Championship club have confirmed
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Former Cardiff manager Malky Mackay has dropped his legal claim against the club after reaching a settlement on his sacking.
The terms of the agreement are being kept closely guarded but it is understood Mackay was seeking substantial compensation for his dismissal, which came in December after a difference of opinion with owner Vincent Tan about the direction of the club.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says the buck stops with him following Cardiff's relegation from the Barclays Premier League.
– Cardiff manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
"I am the manager. I will take the blame.
I didn't make the impact on the results I hoped for. I came in hoping to make a difference and we could move up the table, but it didn't happen.
We haven't performed very well to stay up, and that's the reality. We have not been good enough.
We have got to give the fans a good last game, and then we will look towards next season.
Peter Odemwingie knows what to expect when he makes his first return to The Hawthorns on Sunday.
– Cardiff forward Peter Odemwingie
I played against West Brom at Cardiff, but this will be my first time back at The Hawthorns.
It's going to be a mixed reception after my last six months there and I'm not expecting anything different.
Some fans are grateful for the 30 goals I scored for them and some still feel offended, but it was a choice I had to make.
I had to move on for my life. Some people understand, some don't. You can't please everybody.
Both Fulham and Cardiff have been relegated to the Championship after losing to Stoke and Newcastle respectively.
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Cardiff will be relegated if they fail to beat Newcastle and both Norwich (v Chelsea) and Sunderland (v Manchester United) win. Fulham will also go down if they lose at Stoke and Norwich and Sunderland pick up maximum points.
Victories for Cardiff and Fulham would see them climb out of the bottom three if Norwich and Sunderland lose.
Cardiff's Juan Cala has requested a personal hearing with the Football Association after being hit with a misconduct charge, the Premier League club announced on their official Twitter account.
Cala has been charged in relation to an alleged incident in or around the tunnel area following Cardiff's 4-0 defeat against Sunderland last Sunday.
Spanish defender Cala had earlier been sent off by referee Phil Dowd for a professional foul on Sunderland striker Conor Wickham.
– Cardiff City statement
Juan Cala has requested a personal hearing with the FA in relation to his FA misconduct charge, the date to be confirmed.
Cardiff defender Juan Cala has been charged with improper conduct in relation to an alleged incident in or around the tunnel area after Sunday's Barclays Premier League game at Sunderland, the Football Association has announced.