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Man City, Pep Guardiola right to be angry at Cardiff's approach

Bernardo Silva had a goal controversially disallowed, but Kevin De Bruyne's cheeky free kick and Raheem Sterling's header were enough to see Man City into the FA Cup fifth round.

CARDIFF, Wales -- Pep Guardiola didn't even attempt to disguise his contempt and anger at Cardiff City's overly physical approach during Manchester City's 2-0 FA Cup fourth-round victory against the Championship outfit.

Having already seen Leroy Sane sustain an ankle injury that forced the Germany winger out of the game in the first half, Guardiola then turned to the Main Stand of the Cardiff City Stadium and shook his head in bewilderment as the home supporters applauded Joe Bennett off the pitch...

Man City wrap up easy win vs. Cardiff, but star players might need rest

Bernardo Silva had a goal controversially disallowed, but Kevin De Bruyne's cheeky free kick and Raheem Sterling's header were enough to see Man City into the FA Cup fifth round.

CARDIFF, Wales -- Three points on Man City's easy 2-0 win over Cardiff in the FA Cup fourth round.

1. Man City march on with victory

Manchester City maintained their pursuit of four major trophies this season by coasting to a 2-0 FA Cup fourth-round victory over Cardiff City.

First-half goals from Kevin De Bruyne and Raheem Sterling ensured that Pep Guardiola's team avoided the potential banana skin posed by Neil Warnock's men, who currently sit third in the Championship. But the easy manner...

 By Chris Wright

Cardiff City's Neil Warnock asks for 'minute's booing' at opposing clubs

Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock has asked for a tribute befitting his hard-earned reputation.

Having assumed and held the role of English football's most prominent pantomime villain for many a year, Neil Warnock is making plans to bow out in appropriate fashion as and when the time comes.

Appearing on Sky Sports' Goals on Sunday programme, the Cardiff City manager jokingly requested that, when he does eventually shuffle off this mortal coil, fans of all opposing clubs pay tribute in a manner befitting his hard-earned reputation.

Rather than the standard minute's silence, Warnock said he...

 By Chris Wright

Former WWE star Kurt Angle supports West Ham; or is that Cardiff?

Former WWE wrestler and Olympic gold medalist Kurt Angle dropped into West Ham's stadium to check out the venue ahead of the London leg of his ongoing "Audience with" tour.

Impressed by the Hammers' flying start to the Premier League season, Angle was more than happy to swear his allegiance to the claret and blue by proudly holding aloft his own personalised replica shirt.

However, it...

 By Andy Mitten

Transfer talks between managers and journalists benefit both sides

Journalists aren't always the ones trying to track down football managers for information. Quite often, it's the managers calling the journalists.

The transfer window is closed until January, but transfer-related activity hasn't stopped. There's always a grapevine of information, as clubs never stop looking at players. They build up as much intelligence on potential players as possible. There's far more to it than merely scouting a talent and making an offer for him, which is what the official protocol would suggest. A buying club would be far happier knowing the player wants to join them before they put a bid in.

I've lost count of the number...

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Magath and Solskjaer's demise after drinking from poisoned chalices

Felix Magath oversaw an incredible decline at Fulham.

Felix Magath and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer already had something in common. As players, both scored winning goals in European Cup finals: Magath for Hamburg against Juventus in 1983; Solskjaer for Manchester United against Bayern in 1999. Now their managerial ventures in English football share a doomed symmetry.

Their exits happened within hours of each other on Thursday night, and shared a common message. Fulham's sacking of Magath and Solskjaer's axeing (though the line of "mutual consent" was trotted...