By Annis Abraham




Neil Warnock:”Enough was enough, something had to be done,it was not really difficult to leave Amos out”

One goalie on approx £18,000 a week and we pay all his wages on loan from Bolton until the end of May 2017,the other goalie on about £1,000 a week,hardly played a game for years and looks like he has been given the number spot at Cardiff City.

Who really finds these players and makes such costly mistakes yet again??


Brian Murphy is set to become Cardiff City’s Number One goalkeeper after impressive debut performance against Brentford on Boxing day.
Cardiff City currently have three goalkeepers, Ben Wilson, Brian Murphy and Ben Amos.
Brian Murphy currently aged 33 and was without a club is a journeyman and has waited patiently for his chance this season and even though he let two goals in against Brentford neither were his fault. In fact Murphy made a couple of outstanding

Neil Warnock was full of praise for the stand-in keeper, amid reports that Ben Amos’ poor form has led him to start scouring the market for a new number one.

That may well be the case, but Murphy seems to have done enough to be handed the gloves for a daunting trip away to Brighton on December 30th.

Neil Warnock said: “Absolutely, yeah [he was a positive]. I decided enough was enough really, brought him straight into the squad and into the first team, I don’t think he’s played for a few years has he but I thought he did ever so well.
Neil Warnock:”Not really [difficult to leave Amos out], not after last week, I just thought enough was enough really.
“I would imagine so [start against Brighton], it would be harsh to leave him out after that, wouldn’t it?”