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Millen's View: Cardiff away (3-2)

Millen's View: Cardiff away (3-2)
Bristol City's latest defeat at Cardiff means they have now gone six games without a win, but Keith Millen still saw enough on the field to suggest that City can turn things around.

The Robins looked good value for their early lead, but as soon as Cardiff pulled one back, you just knew there would only be one winner.

"I couldn't have asked for a better start. We wanted commitment from the players to turn around our season and to go two up so early on was a dream start," said Millen.

"We needed to keep that two goal advantage for as long as possible but when they pulled one back so quickly it got the crowd back on their side.

"I was happy going in at half-time but within 50 seconds of the restart we gave away a very soft free-kick.

"Their winner was a superb strike from Whittingham but I cannot understand why Bothroyd was allowed to stand five yards offside in front David James yet not be pulled up for it.

"David is very disappointed with the way the goals were scored and generally we didn't get any luck at all from the officials.

"We have quality in the squad and I firmly believe we will turn our season around."

Writer:Andy999
Date:Sunday October 17 2010
Time: 2:34PM

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