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Date Posted: Monday, April 16, 11:11:45am
Author: numbnuts
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Subject: I don’t agree with this. At this stage of the season the dynamics of psychology can affect anyone. The pressure is temporarily off FFC, and at the moment the game at Millwall feels like a shot to nothing. Win it and Cardiff will feel like they’d have to win at least one of the away games at Derby and Hull to guarantee second. It only takes a bad refereeing decision or bit of bad luck at Derby (+ Colin going ape) to take things away from them then (if FFC beat Sunderland) they’ll be under huge pressure going into the game at Hull. I wouldn't enjoy being in thier position and despite all his spin, neither will Colin.
In reply to: > 's message, "Unfortunately Cardiff don't do psychology - they are as mentally tough as any side in the division. Second best against Norwich they still managed to win, just as they managed a last minute equaliser against Sheff Utd. We need to start resting players starting on Friday in order to freshen them up - both physically - and just as importantly -mentally." on Monday, April 16, 11:07:20am

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  • Cardiff not so mentally tough that they didn’t miss 2 crucial late penalties vs Wolves and drop 8 points out of 9 before getting lucky Saturday in the opinion of their own fans. If they go into the game vs Forest in 3rd it could heap pressure on them and the commentator for their game at Norwich said they looked very nervous. Then Derby and Hull away are going to be incredibly hard – Derby will know they must win to make the playoffs, Hull are on a great run right now and Reading may be still fighting for their lives on the final day. I wouldn’t be so ready to give up at this point, if things are obviously beyond us by the Sunderland game, then yes by all means rotate the squad. -- HC, Monday, April 16, 11:16:06am (NoHost/

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