Friday, December 20, 2013

OSG Prem: Mackay Not Quitting At Cardiff, Sacked...??? (UPDATE: Front Office Meeting Tonight)

Despite all that has gone down with Cardiff City's egomaniacal, unintelligent football owner Vincent Tan, it looks like CCFC manager Malky Mackay won't just walk out the door...

Mackay has been given an ultimatum by Tan to either resign or be fired because of what Tan calls "overspending" and by, as Sky Sports says: "... accusing his manager of unfairly raising the expectations of the club's supporters by suggesting he was looking to sign three players in the January transfer window."

Whatever in the blue hell that means...

Mackay missed a Friday morning presser involving this weekend's match with Liverpool, which his assistant David Kerslake took over. Mackay wasn't made available to the media leading to speculation that he has been sacked...

Here's a little of the Kerslake presser

Mackay took Cardiff into the Premier League this season for the first time since 1962. They are currently 15th- four points clear of relegation.

Hull City FC boss Steve Bruce backed Mackay this week, as did Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers yesterday

Word from Talksport is that Tan is meeting with the team chairman this evening (GMT) to discuss Mackay's future. Mackay has boarded the team flight from Wales with other team personnel heading to Liverpool for Saturday's match.

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