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Storyline: Cardiff City v Sheffield Wednesday

28 September 2014

Cardiff City 2-1 Sheffield Wednesday
Saturday 27 September
Sky Bet Championship
Attendance: 20,909

Stuart Gray: “The Manchester City game was a bonus game for us and now we go back to the bread and butter of the Championship.

“Cardiff have some very good players but they have lost their manager so they are a team in transition.”

Joint caretaker manager Scott Young: “Players came in and were given an opportunity against Bournemouth, many of them out of necessity, and we lost the game.

“We just have to work hard ahead of Saturday, and I think we’ll be more than a match for Sheffield Wednesday”

Cracking view from the press box as the captains come together before kick-off.

Cardiff 2-1 Wednesday
Watch the best of the action below from the Owls’ official YouTube channel.

A disappointed Jacques Maghoma faces the media at The Cardiff City Stadium.

Stuart Gray: “I’m disappointed because we should have taken something from the game.

“But we didn’t defend our box properly for both goals and we were punished.”

Scott Young: “If we’re winning football games, then the players will get confident. We need to realise that, week-in, week-out, we need to put the hard work in and show a desire to do the ugly things in football as well.

“I thought that was key for us today, with Wednesday being so direct.”

Former Cardiff defender Glenn Loovens discusses his return to the Welsh capital.

Tuesday 30 September
Sky Bet Championship
Sheffield Wednesday v Ipswich Town

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