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Who R Ya - Cardiff City

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Vital QPR casts an eye over this weekend's opponents Cardiff City, who themselves are looking to cut the lead at the top of the table.

FACTS & FIGURES

Founded: 1899 (As Riverside A.F.C)

Nickname: The Bluebirds

Ground: Cardiff City Stadium (26,828)

Manager: Dave Jones

SELECTED HONOURS

FA Cup Winners - 1927
FA Cup Runners Up - 1925, 2008
Second Division (Old) Runners Up - 1921, 1952, 1960.
Third Division South Champions - 1947
Third Division Champions - 1993
Third Division (Old) Runners Up - 1976, 1983
Second Division Playoff Winners - 2003.

RECORDS

Record Attendance: 57,893 v Arsenal (1953)

Record victory: 16-0 v Knighton Town (Welsh Cup 5th Round, 1961)

Record defeat 2-11 v Sheffield United (1926)

Record Buy: Peter Thorne - £1,750,000 from Stoke City

Record Sale: Michael Chopra - £5,000,000 to Sunderland

Record Appearances: Phil Dwyer - 535

Record Goals: Len Davies - 148

SQUAD

Goalkeepers

1. David Marshall
20. Peter Enckelman

Defenders

2. Kevin McNaughton
5. Mark Hudson
6. Gabor Gyepes
14. Paul Quinn
15. Anthony Gerrard
24. Miguel Comminges
32. Aaron Morris

Midfielders

3. Mark Kennedy
4. Gavin Rae
7. Peter Whittingham
10. Stephen McPhail
11. Chris Burke
12. Tony Capaldi
15. Joe Ledley
18. Soloman Taiwo
19. Riccardo Scimeca
23. Darcy Blake
27. Adam Matthews
28. Aaron Wildig

Strikers

8. Michael Chopra
9. Jay Bothroyd
17. Kelvin Etuhu
29. Josh Magennis
44. Ross McCormack




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Writer:Boxer
Date:Thursday September 17 2009
Time: 10:00AM

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