List of Cardiff City F.C. seasons

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Cardiff City Football Club, a professional association football club based in Cardiff, Wales, was founded in 1899 as Riverside A.F.C. by members of Riverside Cricket Club.[1] The club's first year was made up of friendlies before they were admitted to the Cardiff & District League in 1900 and later the South Wales Amateur League in 1907. The following year, the club were granted permission to adopt the name Cardiff City, having been denied the previous year as they were deemed not to be playing at a high enough level,[1] and moved into the English football league system for the first time by joining Division Two of the Southern Football League.[2] They won promotion to Division One in the 1912–13 season and remained there until 1920, playing just three seasons during this time due to the outbreak of the First World War when league football was abandoned. In 1920, they were elected to The Football League, joining the Second Division for one season, winning promotion in their first season after finishing second.[3] The club also competed regularly in the Welsh Cup, winning the trophy 22 times during their history, second only to Wrexham's 23,[4] before they were denied entrance into the competition from 1995 onward by the Football Association of Wales, along with all other clubs playing in the English league pyramid.[5][6]

Cardiff City's 1920 Welsh Cup winning side

The following decade is regarded as the most successful in the club's history as they finished second during the 1923–24 season, losing out on winning the league title on the goal average system used at the time to Huddersfield Town. During this period, they reached two FA Cup finals, losing 1–0 to Sheffield United in 1925 before returning to the final two years later, beating Arsenal 1–0 at Wembley Stadium in 1927.[7][8] They also won the FA Charity Shield after beating amateur side Corinthians 2–1.[9] Cardiff remain the only non-English side to have ever won the FA Cup or FA Charity Shield.[7]

Cardiff City's league positions between 1920 and 2016

Cardiff were relegated for the first time in their history in 1929 and entered a period of decline, dropping into the third tier two years later. The club did manage to return to the top tier in 1952, but their relegation in 1962 led to a decline in the club's fortunes that saw them outside the top division for 51 years, the longest absence in the club's history, not returning until 2013.[10] Relegation from Division Two in the 1984–85 season saw the club enter a downward period that culminated with their joint lowest ever finish in the Football League, 22nd in the fourth tier in the 1995–96 season.[3][11]

In 2000, the club was purchased by Lebanese businessman Sam Hammam, who invested money into the side and saw them rise from the fourth tier to the second tier in just three seasons.[12][13] Although Hammam left the club in 2006, they continued their progress, reaching the Football League Championship play-offs for three consecutive seasons between 2009 and 2012, suffering defeat on all three occasions. The following season, under the ownership of new owner Vincent Tan, they finished first in the Championship, winning promotion back into the top tier for the first time since 1962.[14] However, they suffered relegation in their only season and returned to the Championship where they currently remain.[3]

As of the end of the 2016–17 season, the club had spent 11 seasons in the top tier of English football, 48 in the second, 22 in the third and 5 in the fourth.[3] This list details their achievements in first-team competitions, and records their top goalscorer, for each completed season since their first appearance in the English football pyramid as members of the Southern Football League in 1910–11. Due to the unavailability of complete statistics, seasons prior to 1910 in the amateur Welsh leagues are not included.

Key

Key to colours and symbols:

1st or W Winners
2nd or RU Runners-up
promoted Promoted
relegated Relegated
* Promoted via play-offs
Top league scorer in Cardiff's division

Seasons

Season League[3][15] FA Cup[16] League Cup[3][a] Welsh Cup[3][b] Other[3][18][19] Top scorer[c]
Division[d] P W D L F A Pts Pos Competition Result Name Goals
1910–11 SL Div 2 22 12 4 6 48 29 28 4th 1QR 2R Peake, RichardRichard Peake 19
1911–12 SL Div 2 26 15 4 7 55 26 34 3rd 2QR W Featherstone, HarryHarry Featherstone 16
1912–13 SL Div 2 promoted 24 18 5 1 54 14 41 1st 5QR SF Burton, JohnJohn Burton 16
1913–14 SL Div 1 38 13 12 13 46 42 38 10th n/a[e] 3R West, GeorgeGeorge West 10
1914–15 SL Div 1 38 21 7 10 72 38 48 3rd 1R 3R[f] West, GeorgeGeorge West 13
1915–19 The Southern League was suspended until after the First World War.
1919–20 SL Div 1 42 18 17 7 70 43 53 4th 3R W Cashmore, ArthurArthur Cashmore 14
1920–21 Div 2[g]promoted 42 24 10 8 59 32 58 2nd SF n/a[h] Gill, JimmyJimmy Gill 20
1921–22 Div 1 42 19 10 13 61 53 48 4th QF W Davies, LenLen Davies 30
1922–23 Div 1 42 18 7 17 73 59 43 9th 3R W Davies, LenLen Davies 28
1923–24 Div 1 42 22 13 7 61 34 57 2nd[i] QF 5R Davies, LenLen Davies 24
1924–25 Div 1 42 16 11 15 56 51 43 11th RU 5R Davies, LenLen Davies 22
1925–26 Div 1 42 16 7 19 61 76 39 16th 4R 5R Ferguson, HughieHughie Ferguson 21
1926–27 Div 1 42 16 9 17 55 65 41 14th W W Ferguson, HughieHughie Ferguson 31
1927–28 Div 1 42 17 10 15 70 80 44 6th 5R W FA Charity Shield W[j] Ferguson, HughieHughie Ferguson 25
1928–29 Div 1 relegated 42 8 13 21 43 59 29 22nd 3R RU Ferguson, HughieHughie Ferguson 15
1929–30 Div 2 42 18 8 16 61 59 44 8th 4R W[k] Davies, LenLen Davies 15
1930–31 Div 2 relegated 42 8 9 25 47 87 25 22nd 3R SF Robbins, WalterWalter Robbins 12
1931–32 Div 3S 42 19 8 15 87 73 46 9th 1R 6R McCambridge, JimmyJimmy McCambridge 28
1932–33 Div 3S 42 12 7 23 69 99 31 19th 1R SF McCambridge, JimmyJimmy McCambridge 18
1933–34 Div 3S 42 9 6 27 57 105 24 22nd[l] 1R 6R Third Division South Cup 1R Henderson, JimJim Henderson & Postin, EliEli Postin 13
1934–35 Div 3S 42 13 9 20 62 82 35 19th 1R 7R Third Division South Cup 2R Keating, RegReg Keating 19
1935–36 Div 3S 42 13 10 19 60 73 36 20th 1R 7R Third Division South Cup 1R Keating, RegReg Keating 11
1936–37 Div 3S 42 14 7 21 54 87 35 18th 3R 6R Third Division South Cup 2R Walton, GeorgeGeorge Walton 9
1937–38 Div 3S 42 15 12 15 67 54 42 10th 3R 6R Third Division South Cup 2R Collins, JimmyJimmy Collins 28
1938–39 Div 3S 42 15 11 16 61 65 41 13th 4R RU Third Division South Cup 2R[m] Collins, JimmyJimmy Collins 21
1939–40 Div 3S 3 2 0 1 5 5 4 6th[n] 6R[o] Collins, JimmyJimmy Collins 4
1939–45 The Football League was suspended until after the Second World War.[p]
1945–46 3R[q] Bryn Allen 1
1946–47 Div 3S promoted 42 30 6 6 93 30 66 1st 3R 5R Richards, StanStan Richards 30
1947–48 Div 2 42 18 11 13 61 58 47 5th 3R 5R Rees, BillyBilly Rees 12
1948–49 Div 2 42 19 13 10 62 47 51 4th 5R SF Stevenson, ErnieErnie Stevenson 14
1949–50 Div 2 42 16 10 16 41 44 42 10th 5R 7R Evans, ElfedElfed Evans 12
1950–51 Div 2 42 17 16 9 53 45 50 3rd 3R RU Grant, WilfWilf Grant 18
1951–52 Div 2 promoted 42 20 11 11 72 54 51 2nd 3R 6R Grant, WilfWilf Grant 27
1952–53 Div 1 42 14 12 16 54 46 40 12th 3R SF Chisholm, KenKen Chisholm 15
1953–54 Div 1 42 18 8 16 51 71 44 10th 4R SF Grant, WilfWilf Grant 15
1954–55 Div 1 42 13 11 18 62 76 37 20th 3R SF Ford, TrevorTrevor Ford 24
1955–56 Div 1 42 15 9 18 55 69 39 17th 4R W Hitchens, GerryGerry Hitchens 28
1956–57 Div 1 relegated 42 10 9 23 53 88 29 21st 4R 6R Hitchens, GerryGerry Hitchens 25
1957–58 Div 2 42 14 9 19 63 77 37 15th 5R 5R Hewitt, RonRon Hewitt 15
1958–59 Div 2 42 18 7 17 65 65 43 9th 4R W Hewitt, RonRon Hewitt 17
1959–60 Div 2 promoted 42 23 12 7 90 62 57 2nd 3R RU Tapscott, DerekDerek Tapscott 21
1960–61 Div 1 42 13 11 18 60 85 37 15th 3R 2R SF Tapscott, DerekDerek Tapscott 30
1961–62 Div 1 relegated 42 9 14 19 50 81 32 21st 3R 3R SF Ward, DaiDai Ward 21
1962–63 Div 2 42 18 7 17 83 73 43 10th 3R 2R 6R Hooper, PeterPeter Hooper 24
1963–64 Div 2 42 14 10 18 56 81 38 15th 3R 2R RU Charles, MelMel Charles 17
1964–65 Div 2 42 13 14 15 64 57 40 13th 3R 2R W Cup Winners' Cup QF Allchurch, IvorIvor Allchurch 19
1965–66 Div 2 42 12 10 20 71 91 34 20th 4R SF 5R Cup Winners' Cup 1R Johnston, GeorgeGeorge Johnston 23
1966–67 Div 2 42 12 9 21 61 87 33 20th 4R 2R W Brown, BobbyBobby Brown 17
1967–68 Div 2 42 13 12 17 60 66 38 13th 3R 2R W Cup Winners' Cup SF King, PeterPeter King 18
1968–69 Div 2 42 20 7 15 67 54 47 5th 3R 2R W Cup Winners' Cup 1R Toshack, JohnJohn Toshack[r] 31 ♦
1969–70 Div 2 42 18 13 11 61 41 49 7th 3R 2R W Cup Winners' Cup 2R Clark, BrianBrian Clark 28
1970–71 Div 2 42 20 13 9 64 41 53 3rd 4R 2R W Cup Winners' Cup QF Clark, BrianBrian Clark 22
1971–72 Div 2 42 10 14 18 56 69 34 19th 5R 2R RU Cup Winners' Cup 1R Clark, BrianBrian Clark 27
1972–73 Div 2 42 11 11 20 43 58 33 20th 4R 1R W McCulloch, AndrewAndrew McCulloch 19
1973–74 Div 2 42 10 16 16 49 62 36 17th 3R 2R W Cup Winners' Cup 1R McCulloch, AndrewAndrew McCulloch 14
1974–75 Div 2 relegated 42 9 14 19 36 62 32 21st 3R 1R RU Cup Winners' Cup 1R Reece, GilGil Reece 10
1975–76 Div 3 promoted 46 22 13 11 69 48 57 2nd 4R 1R W Evans, TonyTony Evans 29
1976–77 Div 2 42 12 10 20 56 67 34 18th 5R 2R W Cup Winners' Cup 1R Evans, TonyTony Evans 24
1977–78 Div 2 42 13 12 17 51 71 38 19th 3R 2R SF Cup Winners' Cup 1R Buchanan, JohnJohn Buchanan 14
1978–79 Div 2 42 16 10 16 56 70 42 9th 3R 1R 5R Anglo-Scottish Cup GS Buchanan, JohnJohn Buchanan 18
1979–80 Div 2 42 16 8 18 41 48 40 15th 3R 2R 4R Bishop, RayRay Bishop & Stevens, GaryGary Stevens 11
1980–81 Div 2 42 12 12 18 44 60 36 19th 3R 3R 4R Kitchen, PeterPeter Kitchen 19
1981–82 Div 2 relegated[s] 42 12 8 22 45 61 44 20th 3R 1R RU Stevens, GaryGary Stevens 18
1982–83 Div 3 promoted 46 25 11 10 76 50 86 2nd 2R 2R 3R Hemmerman, JeffJeff Hemmerman 26
1983–84 Div 2 42 15 6 21 53 66 51 15th 3R 2R 5R Owen, GordonGordon Owen 18
1984–85 Div 2 relegated 42 9 8 25 47 79 35 21st 3R 2R 4R Vaughan, NigelNigel Vaughan 17
1985–86 Div 3 relegated 46 12 9 25 53 83 45 22nd 1R 1R SF Associate Members' Cup GS Vaughan, NigelNigel Vaughan 17
1986–87 Div 4 46 15 16 15 48 50 61 13th 4R 4R 4R Associate Members' Cup GS Wimbleton, PaulPaul Wimbleton 11
1987–88 Div 4 promoted 46 24 13 9 66 41 85 2nd 1R 1R W Associate Members' Cup 1R Gilligan, JimmyJimmy Gilligan 25
1988–89 Div 3 46 14 15 17 44 56 57 16th 3R 2R 5R
1R
2R
Gilligan, JimmyJimmy Gilligan 23
1989–90 Div 3 relegated 46 12 14 20 57 70 50 21st 3R 1R SF Associate Members' Cup GS Pike, ChrisChris Pike 23
1990–91 Div 4 46 15 15 16 43 54 60 13th 1R 2R 3R Associate Members' Cup GS Pike, ChrisChris Pike 16
1991–92 Div 4 42 17 15 10 66 53 66 9th 1R 1R W Associate Members' Cup 1R Dale, CarlCarl Dale & Pike, ChrisChris Pike 28
1992–93 Div 3 promoted[t] 42 25 8 9 77 47 83 1st 1R 1R W
1R
1R
Stant, PhilPhil Stant 18
1993–94 Div 2 46 13 15 18 66 79 54 19th 5R 1R RU Football League Trophy 2R Stant, PhilPhil Stant 22
1994–95 Div 2 relegated 46 9 11 26 46 74 38 22nd 1R 1R RU
1R
1R
Stant, PhilPhil Stant 15
1995–96 Div 3 46 11 12 23 41 64 45 22nd 2R 2R Football League Trophy 1R Dale, CarlCarl Dale 30
1996–97 Div 3 46 20 9 17 56 54 69 7th 2R 1R Football League Trophy 2R White, SteveSteve White 14
1997–98 Div 3 46 9 23 14 48 52 50 21st 4R 1R

Saville, AndyAndy Saville 14
1998–99 Div 3 promoted 46 22 14 10 60 39 80 3rd 1R 1R

SF
Nugent, KevinKevin Nugent 22
1999–2000 Div 2 relegated 46 9 17 20 45 67 44 21st 3R 2R

Bowen, JasonJason Bowen & Nugent, KevinKevin Nugent 17
2000–01 Div 3 promoted 46 23 13 10 95 58 82 2nd 3R 1R

QF
Earnshaw, RobertRobert Earnshaw 25
2001–02 Div 2 46 23 14 9 75 50 83 4th[v] 4R 1R

Kavanagh, GrahamGraham Kavanagh 16
2002–03 Div 2 promoted 46 23 12 11 68 43 81 6th*[w] 3R 2R

SF
Earnshaw, RobertRobert Earnshaw[x] 35 ♦
2003–04 Div 1 46 17 14 15 68 58 65 13th 3R 2R FAW Premier Cup SF Earnshaw, RobertRobert Earnshaw 26
2004–05 Champ[y] 46 13 15 18 48 51 54 16th 3R 4R FAW Premier Cup QF Thorne, PeterPeter Thorne 14
2005–06 Champ 46 16 12 18 58 59 60 11th 3R 3R FAW Premier Cup QF Jerome, CameronCameron Jerome 20
2006–07 Champ 46 17 13 16 57 53 64 13th 3R 1R FAW Premier Cup SF Chopra, MichaelMichael Chopra 22
2007–08 Champ 46 16 16 14 59 55 64 12th RU 4R FAW Premier Cup SF Ledley, JoeJoe Ledley & Parry, PaulPaul Parry 11
2008–09 Champ 46 26 17 10 65 53 74 7th 4R 3R McCormack, RossRoss McCormack 23
2009–10 Champ 46 22 10 14 73 54 76 4th[z] 5R 3R Whittingham, PeterPeter Whittingham[aa] 25 ♦
2010–11 Champ 46 23 11 12 76 54 80 4th[ab] 3R 2R Bothroyd, JayJay Bothroyd 20
2011–12 Champ 46 19 18 9 66 53 75 6th[ac] 3R RU Whittingham, PeterPeter Whittingham 13
2012–13 Champ promoted 46 25 12 9 72 45 87 1st 3R 1R Helguson, HeiðarHeiðar Helguson 9
2013–14 Prem relegated 38 7 9 22 40 74 30 20th 5R 2R Campbell, FraizerFraizer Campbell 9
2014–15 Champ 46 16 14 16 57 61 62 11th 4R 3R Jones, KenwyneKenwyne Jones 11
2015–16 Champ 46 17 17 12 56 51 68 8th 3R 2R Pilkington, AnthonyAnthony Pilkington 9
2016–17 Champ 46 16 11 18 57 61 59 12th 3R 1R Zohore, KennethKenneth Zohore 12

Notes

  1. ^ The Football League Cup was founded in the 1960–61 season[17]
  2. ^ Cardiff City were denied entry to the competition from 1995 onward along with all other Welsh clubs playing in the English pyramid system.[6]
  3. ^ Goals in all competitions (Football League or Premier League, FA Cup, League Cup, Football League Trophy, European, Welsh Cup and Football League Third Division South Cup) are counted
  4. ^ Divisions are sorted according to their level within the English football league system at the time.
  5. ^ Cardiff City did not enter the FA Cup during the 1913–14 season[3]
  6. ^ Cardiff City entered the competition in the third round, being drawn against Pontypridd Town, but withdrew from the tournament, handing the opposition a walkover victory.[20]
  7. ^ Cardiff were invited to join The Football League in 1920[21]
  8. ^ Cardiff City entered their reserve side in the Welsh Cup for the 1920–21 season.[22]
  9. ^ Cardiff City finished second to Huddersfield Town due to the goal average system used at the time.[21]
  10. ^ As winners of the FA Cup during the previous season, Cardiff City entered the FA Charity Shield, defeating amateur side Corinthian 2–1.[9]
  11. ^ Cardiff City won the tournament by defeating Rhyl in a replay which was not played until 8 October 1930, during the following season.[23]
  12. ^ Cardiff City were forced to apply for re-election after finishing bottom of the Third Division South.[24]
  13. ^ The Third Division South Cup semi-final replay and final were postponed until the following season. However, due to the outbreak of Second World War, the competition was abandoned at the semi-final stage.[18]
  14. ^ The Football League season was abandoned in September 1939 after three matches had been played and all results were annulled.[3]
  15. ^ The 1939–40 Welsh Cup tournament was completed.[25]
  16. ^ The club played 254 competitive games in regional league and cup football between 1939 and 1946. Guest players were permitted, and results and records from this period are not included in official statistics.[26]
  17. ^ The FA Cup competition resumed for the 1945–46 season, however league football did not resume until the following season.[3]
  18. ^ Scored 22 goals in Division Two.[27]
  19. ^ This season saw the introduction of three points for a win instead of two.[28]
  20. ^ The Fourth Division was renamed Division Three after the Premier League broke away from the Football League.[28]
  21. ^ The Associate Members' Cup was renamed the Football League Trophy from the 1992–93 season.
  22. ^ Defeated in the Division Two play-off semi-final by Stoke City.[29]
  23. ^ Promoted to Division One after beating Queens Park Rangers 1–0 in the play-off final.[30]
  24. ^ Scored 31 goals in Division Two.[31]
  25. ^ Division One was renamed The Championship from the 2004–05 season.[32]
  26. ^ Defeated in the Championship play-off final by Blackpool.[33]
  27. ^ Scored 20 goals in the Championship.[34]
  28. ^ Defeated in the Championship play-off semi-final by Reading.[35]
  29. ^ Defeated in the Championship play-off semi-final by West Ham United.[36]

References

General

  • Hayes, Dean (2006). The Who's Who of Cardiff City. Nottingham: Breedon Books. ISBN 1-85983-462-0. 
  • Shepherd, Richard (2007). The Cardiff City Miscellany. Sussex: Pitch Publishing. ISBN 1-905411-04-9. 
  • Shepherd, Richard (2002). The Definitive: Cardiff City F.C. Nottingham: SoccerData Publications. ISBN 1-899468-17-X. 
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  • "Welsh Football Data Archive". Welsh Football Data Archive. Retrieved 10 August 2016. 

Specific

  1. ^ a b "1899–1920 Foundations & The Early Years". Cardiff City F.C. Retrieved 6 September 2016. 
  2. ^ "Club history". Cardiff City F.C. Retrieved 9 September 2013. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k "Cardiff City". Football Club History Database. Retrieved 26 April 2016. 
  4. ^ "Welsh Cup winners". Welsh Football Data Archive. Retrieved 26 April 2016. 
  5. ^ "Uefa give Swansea and Cardiff European assurance". BBC Sport. 21 March 2012. Retrieved 5 December 2012. 
  6. ^ a b "Welsh Cup". Football Club History Database. Retrieved 28 July 2016. 
  7. ^ a b Shuttleworth, Peter (4 January 2009). "Cup Friends Reunited". BBC Sport. Retrieved 26 April 2016. 
  8. ^ Rogers, Gareth (23 April 2013). "Happy anniversary: Cardiff City celebrate 86 years since their 1927 FA Cup win". WalesOnline. Retrieved 26 April 2016. 
  9. ^ a b Ross, James. "England - List of FA Charity/Community Shield Matches". The Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. Retrieved 26 April 2016. 
  10. ^ Clutton, Graham (17 April 2013). "Premier League promotion party starts at Cardiff City after 0–0 draw against Charlton Athletic". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 26 April 2016. 
  11. ^ "1988–1999: From darkness into light". Cardiff City F.C. Retrieved 26 April 2016. 
  12. ^ "Ignition & Promotion". Cardiff City F.C. Retrieved 26 April 2016. 
  13. ^ "Hammam accused of Cardiff 'Greed'". BBC Sport. 23 December 2006. Retrieved 26 April 2016. 
  14. ^ "Cardiff City fans celebrate first promotion to Premier League". BBC News. 17 April 2013. Retrieved 26 April 2016. 
  15. ^ "Cardiff City - Complete History". Statto.com. Retrieved 9 August 2016. 
  16. ^ "The FA Cup Past Results". The Football Association. Retrieved 21 July 2016.  Individual seasons accessed via dropdown menu.
  17. ^ "The History of the FA". The Football Association. Retrieved 21 July 2016. 
  18. ^ a b "Football League Division Three South Cup 1938–39". Football Club History Database. Retrieved 9 August 2016. 
  19. ^ "Welsh clubs in Europe". Welsh Football Data Archive. Retrieved 9 August 2016. 
  20. ^ "Welsh Cup 1914/15". Welsh Football Data Archive. Retrieved 27 August 2016. 
  21. ^ a b "1920–1947 Great Days, Lows & Recovery". Cardiff City F.C. Retrieved 21 July 2016. 
  22. ^ "WELSH CUP 1920/21". Welsh Football Data Archive. Retrieved 8 August 2016. 
  23. ^ "Welsh Cup Final 1929/30". Welsh Football Data Archive. Retrieved 27 August 2016. 
  24. ^ Leighton, James (2010), Fred Keenor – The Man Who Never Gave Up, Derby: Derby Books Publishing Company, p. 148, ISBN 978-1-85983-828-0 
  25. ^ "Welsh Cup 1939/40". Welsh Football Data Archive. Retrieved 27 August 2016. 
  26. ^ Shepherd, Richard (2002). The Definitive: Cardiff City F.C. Nottingham: SoccerData Publications. p. 43. ISBN 1-899468-17-X. 
  27. ^ "John Toshack". LFC History. Retrieved 5 December 2016. 
  28. ^ a b "History of The Football League". The Football League. 22 September 2010. Archived from the original on 2 February 2013. Retrieved 21 July 2016. 
  29. ^ "Stoke break Cardiff hearts". BBC Sport. 1 May 2002. Retrieved 21 July 2016. 
  30. ^ "Cardiff seal promotion". BBC Sport. 25 May 2003. Retrieved 21 July 2016. 
  31. ^ "Games played by Robert Earnshaw in 2002/2003". Soccerbase. Retrieved 21 July 2016. 
  32. ^ "League gets revamp". BBC Sport. 10 June 2004. Retrieved 21 July 2016. 
  33. ^ Fletcher, Paul (22 May 2010). "Blackpool 3–2 Cardiff City". BBC Sport. Retrieved 21 July 2016. 
  34. ^ "Games played by Peter Whittingham in 2009/2010". Soccerbase. Retrieved 21 July 2016. 
  35. ^ Hughes, Dewi (17 May 2011). "Cardiff City 0–3 Reading (0–3)". BBC Sport. Retrieved 21 July 2016. 
  36. ^ "West Ham 3–0 Cardiff (5–0 agg)". BBC Sport. 7 May 2012. Retrieved 21 July 2016. 
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