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Cardiff manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer defiant despite home draw with Stoke
Cardiff manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer remained defiant despite the blow of drawing at home to Stoke City.
The Bluebirds badly needed a win and the result leaves them needing to win all of their remaining games while hoping that other results go there way.
Yet Solskjaer felt that the result didn’t reflect his players efforts. “For the first 75 or 80 minutes I thought we deserved more than a draw.”
Although he did admit that Stoke had a late chance to condemn his side to a 20th league defeat of the season. “Towards the end, you might have said we didn’t deserve anything. However, we have a top goalkeeper and and he saved a point for us.”
- Updated: April 19, 2014