Blackpool coach times for the up and back trip have all been brought forward by 30 minutes from what was originally advertised due to roadworks on the M5 and M6.

Full details of the new pick up times can be found here on the travel page

Cardiff City 2-1 Sheffield Wednesday

Spirit and passion return as improved Bluebirds get welcome win

Russell Slade watched from the stands as Cardiff ended their victory drought with a 2-1 win over Sheffield Wednesday.
Sean Morrison had put the Bluebirds ahead only to bring the visitors level by putting through his own net early in the second half.
But Anthony Pilkington's excellent control and right-foot finish gave the Welsh club the spoils for the first time in seven games.
It also secured a first win at the helm for stand-in bosses Danny Gabbidon and Scott Young.
But it remains to be seen if they will take charge against Brighton on Tuesday as Cardiff work to agree a compensation package with Leyton Orient and appoint Slade as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's successor.

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Blackpool Away

Friday 3rd October

In addition to our usual up and back away day travel, CCSC are organising a weekend trip for the away game with Blackpool.

Blackpool weekend prices for hotel and coach as follows;

2 nights bed and breakfast £110 twin sharing

Leaving early Friday morning 3rd October returning Sunday lunchtime 5th October.

Single supplement £15 extra per night.

You can book now with a £20 deposit per person.


Sky Blues Away

Wednesday 13th August

At the recent Capital One Cup Tie with Coventry City, there was a mutal respect for Coventry's current situation. This was demonstrated during the game.

The following letter was received from the secretary of the Sky Blue's Trust thanking the Cardiff City fans for their support.

Dear Tim and Vince

On behalf of the Sky Blue Trust, I am writing to express huge thanks for the contribution of Cardiff's fans to the protest at Sixfields last night.
The tremendous solidarity of football supporters is extremely encouraging for all of us who feel that the way football is being run must be changed.
Our two great clubs are prime examples of the need for that. Working together, in the way we have, must, in the long run, help to bring about radical change. I hope we can continue to collaborate as our protest movements continue.

Please pass on our thanks to all the Cardiff fans who contributed to the protest last night

I thought Cardiff were clearly the better side last night although I drew some comfort from the second half. Needless to say, I was not inside Sixfields!

With very best wishes

Roger Ellis
Secretary, the Sky Blue Trust



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