Cardiff away. What was the score? Won 2-0
Would you Adam and Eve it as they say down on Michigan Avenue. With Addicks fans as fed up with the future as Scrooge, 400 or so headed down to south Wales this afternoon and sang their little hearts out stood behind the goal on the John Smiths' Grange Terrace. Pints of John Smiths' all round then tonight on the long journey back as this win should be dedicated to the John Smiths' 400.
It's all about believing and with tonight's results again showing that this division is all over the place, it will be those that keep their nerve that succeed. Who would have thought that debt-ridden Coventry about to be slapped with a 10-point fine, would go to the Hawthorns and dish out West Brom's first home defeat of the season? Watford had to come from 2-0 behind to go one better than us to beat Colchester. Wolves lost for the first time in seven and Ipswich lost away again.
Stoke did to Sheffield United what they did to us 7 days ago, Plymouth lost at bottom-placed Norwich, Preston put pay to Hull City's little revival and Burnley could not beat Leicester at Turf Moor, which means we are still the only team to beat The Foxes on their travels.
Who says this division is not exciting? Oh.
Anyway there is life in the old dog yet. Holland proved some critics wrong and although I personally prefer Semedo, the youngster doesn't really look like crossing the half-way line, yet alone scoring, and with the forwards, i.e. Big Chris stumbling, we need all the goals we can get. So credit to Reidy for scoring his 7th of the season from the spot.
Addicks will sleep better tonight, especially those with a few John Smiths' inside them.Who was on the John Smiths' Grange Terrace
; Sporting Life
; The Sun
; Cardiff City Online
.What Pards' said
: "This was a big win for us."A bottle of fizzy pop for
: Andy Reid. The Orish fella finding his spark again in the middle of the pitch.