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Cardiff sack manager Steve Morison in wake of loss at Huddersfield

18 Sep 2022 1 minute read
Cardiff City manager Steve Morison. Picture by Isaac Parkin / PA Wire

Cardiff have announced the departure of manager Steve Morison in the wake of Saturday’s 1-0 defeat at Huddersfield.

Morison, who took over on a permanent basis in November last year, leaves with the Bluebirds 18th in the Championship table.

A club statement read: “Cardiff City Football Club can confirm that First Team Manager Steve Morison has been relieved of his duties.

“We’d like to thank Steve for his efforts during his time at Cardiff City, stabilising the first team last season and helping to evolve our squad in line with the club’s philosophy this summer.”

Cardiff confirmed that Mark Hudson will take over as caretaker manager, assisted by Tom Ramasut, ahead of their next game against Burnley on October 1.

Morison replaced Mick McCarthy on a temporary basis in October last year and was subsequently handed a permanent deal by Cardiff owner Vincent Tan.

But the Bluebirds slumped to a final finishing position of 18th last term after winning just one of their final six matches of the season.

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1 year ago

didn’t see that coming.. what’s going on?

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Last edited 1 year ago by Jack
Steve Duggan
Steve Duggan
1 year ago

Cardiff have had more manager changes than I’ve had hot dinners over the last few years. The fans (me included) want to see some success, for a time we thought this season might bring it. Frequent manager changes are not the answer.

1 year ago

Sacking Steve Morison is a daft decision. He has just created a new team which needs time to bed in.

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