Malky Mackay to Decide Cardiff City Future After Critical Board Meeting: Nightly Soccer Report
Cardiff City manager Malky Mackay will decide his future at the club after a critical board meeting that’s scheduled for Monday.
In an interview with Wales Online, Mackay’s agent said:
“Malky understands there has been a lack of clarity and will insist at the end of the board meeting that the chairman or other senior directors provide supporters with a clear explanation of what has been going on. If that cannot be done, he will take it upon himself to do it. He does not want the club’s fans left in the dark for too much longer.”
Exactly what the full story is that Mackay believes has not been told, we’ll have to wait to find out. There have been reports that City players are upset about bonuses, and that Cardiff owner Vincent Tan has been barred from entering the dressing room. On top of that, the head of recruitment Iain Moody has been let go by the club and replaced by a 23-year-old friend of Tan’s son who was previously an executive assistant. There were also reports that Mackay was asked to resign a few weeks ago.
Mackay’s agent says that the manager is not prepared to resign, but City supporters will be hoping that the issues will be resolved soon.
Here are tonight’s world soccer news headlines:
- Malky Mackay to decide Cardiff City future after critical board meeting — The Guardian
- Cardiff City boss Malky Mackay’s Camp Says ‘Club Must Tell Fans The Full Story, Or Malky Will’ — Wales Online
- Andros Townsend agrees a new contract at Spurs; Almost tripling wages — 101GG
- Al Ahli Tripoli coach Hossam Al Badri shot at by Libyan gunmen after game — Metro
- Roy Hodgson has “harsh” words with his England team as he warns against complacency — The Mirror
- World Cup 2014: Ethiopia 1-2 Nigeria — BBC Sport
- Tunisia 0-0 Cameroon, World Cup qualifier, first leg — FOX Soccer
- Rib injury rules Ashley Cole out of England’s final World Cup qualifier against Poland — Independent
- Richard Dunne and John O’Shea to return for Ireland against Kazakhstan — The Guardian
- England line up Australia friendly, providing Three Lions avoid World Cup playoff — The Mirror
- Poland to have 18,000 fans at Wembley for crunch England qualifier — The Mail
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