“I haven’t spoken to him [Cardiff striker Jay Bothroyd, who went off injured], don’t want to speak to him, don’t want to speak to any of them at the moment. I haven’t asked him and don’t want to ask him because he’s one of those players who decided to do it his way and his way isn’t good enough.”
“I’ve said my piece at full time. They know where they stand. They know where I stand and it’s hard to swallow at this moment so I just need to be away from them for a day. I’ll think about what to say to them when we all get back in and go through the video. But it’s certainly a horror show for the second 45 minutes, going from such a comfortable lead.”
“But when you think you’ve seen it all, you haven’t and that’s sometimes the beauty of this game. Players switched off and didn’t do what they were told to do. Players went from a dominant position to thinking that the game was done and dusted. Far too many of our players didn’t work hard enough. We allowed Peterborough back into the game when they were dead and buried.” – Cardiff manager, David Jones, after his side threw away a 4-nil halftime lead at bottom side the Posh, to draw 4-all.
Full match highlights can be seen here.