Ipswich Vs Cardiff – Cardiff City U18 host Ipswich Town U18 in the third round of the FA Youth Cup at Cardiff City Stadium on Saturday 14th December – 3.00pm kick-off.
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Ipswich progressed to the third round of the 2019/20 FA Youth Cup with wins over Exeter City and King’s Lynn Town.
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The Tractor Boys are currently fifth in the South League group standings for professional development with 22 points, with six wins, four draws and four losses to date.
They finished the 2018/19 Group South season in second place and at that stage they had 31 points more than they currently have, after playing 14 more matches.
Adem Atay has been Ipswich Town’s U18 manager since June 2009 and the 33-year-old has also been a professional footballer for the Blues.
He started his career in Tractor Boys in 2002/03, but he never played for the senior team, so in the 2007/08 season he moved to Turkish Sanyer and played for them once.
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Atay then signed for another Turkish side, Büyükçekmece Tepecikspor, in the summer of 2008 and never played for the first team before leaving to start his coaching career.
The sides met in their final Professional Development League match on Saturday 7th December at the Cardiff International Sports Stadium and the Bluebirds won 3-0.
Chances were rare in the first half, but in the first minute of the second half, Ntazana Mayembe gave the home team the lead.
Seven minutes later, Isaak Davies doubled City’s lead and bagged his third of the season, and with six minutes of 90 remaining, Mayembe scored a brace, his side’s third and the U18s’ seventh of the season. Ipswich Town 0-1 Cardiff City : Kenneth Zohore strike keeps Bluebirds ‘under the radar’ promotion at Portman Road
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Cardiff players celebrate with Cardiff City’s Kenneth Zohore after scoring the winning goal (Image: Huw Evans Picture Agency)
Neil Warnock recently said Cardiff City were going under the radar for promotion, and it was certainly a hidden, albeit significant, step in the right direction in Suffolk on Wednesday night.
A decent promotion bid in recent weeks has arguably centered on the discreet contributions of goalscorer Kenneth Zohore, whose Boxing Day opener sealed what could prove to be a vital victory.
The Dane, who was an almost constant target of praise from Warnock and the Buebirds loyalists, headed home just after the hour mark to ensure City did not miss the window opened by the likes of Aston Villa and Derby County, who managed to make mistakes in their bids for what became all the more desirable second place.
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Matthew Connolly looked confident and assertive in his return to the first team, while Nathaniel Mendez-Laing and Loic Damour marked their return to the side with welcome glimpses of their former selves.
It certainly wasn’t the prettiest win, and the pressing problem for Warnock will now be an injury to skipper Sean Morrison, who limped off at half-time.
However, he is building much-needed momentum ahead of what is becoming an increasingly important Severnside derby on Sunday, while also putting another clean sheet under any extended belt.
The much-publicized wolf-catching joke may have been intended as a gag, but the boss may have to rethink his team’s goals if things continue like this.
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On the other hand, Mick McCarthy has already hinted to the local press, following his side’s 1-1 draw with bitter local rivals Norwich City, that the play-offs are beyond his squad and he will be tempted to experiment in the coming weeks. and those comments proved to carry some weight when the team’s papers were handed out in the press box on chilly Portman Road.
Martyn Waghorn and Joe Garner, forwards singled out by Neil Warnock as a potential threat to his side’s impressive defensive prowess, were both absent, with Freddie Sears starting solo up front.
On the other hand, Warnock also had some surprises, with Connolly’s shock start almost grabbing the headlines after just two minutes.
A typically menacing ball from Joe Ralls fell kindly to the defender but he only managed to parry away his shot from close range.
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Some viewers may have seen that early chance as a sign of things to come, but chances for both sides proved invaluable during a lackluster opening 10 minutes.
Marko Grujic and Zohore both launched speculative efforts across goal, but City otherwise struggled to flex their attacking muscles and, worryingly, looked equally shaky in defence, with Sol Bamba and Bruno Manga nearly penalized for the occasional sloppy clearance.
After watching out for much of the first half, Neil Etheridge showed the necessary composure just before the half-hour mark, deflecting off Grant Ward’s post after a promising counter-attack, before latching onto Luke Hyam’s deflected shot in the air for five. minutes later.
Cardiff’s discomfort then escalated twice in the space of a minute. First Freddie Sears saw a shot deflected wide, before captain Morrison was forced off with a fairly innocuous injury just before half-time.
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Insult almost added insult to injury moments later as Bersant Celina broke through the defense and tried to round Etheridge, who again kept his head to extend the threat and come to safety.
Warnock, who previously bemoaned the ‘physical’ label often attached to his side, bowled Gary Madine at half-time in an attempt to get his side to grab the contest by a hair’s breadth, but Ipswich continued to ask questions, with Luke Chambers heading a little from Celine’s point of view.
Cardiff City’s Kenneth Zohore holds off Ipswich Town’s Cameron Carter Vickers as he shoots at goal (Image: Huw Evans Picture Agency)
Madina’s influence became apparent as the second half wore on, with the forward setting up Damour to shoot wide from the edge of the box, but the breakthrough came just after the hour mark.
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Despite his clean sheet, Zohore attempted a cross from the left with a spectacular bicycle kick, only to screw up and fall on the ball, before clearing himself and calmly slotting home to the delight of the 371 away fans. .
Ipswich did their best to respond, with Celina and Cole Skuse unable to unlock an increasingly tight Cardiff defence, who held on to ensure Warnock once again got the better of his friend Mick, who was prone to raucous boos from the home crowd. .
On the contrary, this victory will be extremely satisfying for Warnock, who will know that successful promotion deals are based on such risks.
Cardiff City XI: Etheridge; Manga, Bamba, Morrison (capt.) (Halford 40), Connolly; Damour, Ralls, Grujic (Madine 45), Mendez-Laing, Hoilett; Zohore (Bryson 85)
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Ipswich Town XI: Bialkowski; Carter-Vickers, Chambers, Webster; Knudsen, Spence (Waghorn 79); Skuse, Ward (Bru 84), Hyam (Connolly 74), Celina; Sears
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