Neil Harris admits that his future at Cardiff is out of his hands

Thu 21 January 2021 | 10:00

The Bluebirds’ defeat against QPR was their six straight defeats across all competitions.

Cardiff City

were successful at reaching the Championship play-offs last season but they have had an awful form in their current campaign as they are currently in 15th place of the league table.

Neil Harris

’ team lost their Wednesday match against



Chris Willock

’s 71st-minute goal and Harris admitted in a post-match interview that his future at Cardiff depends on the decision of the club’s board.

“The outside noise and questions marks over my future are something I completely understand but can’t control. I will leave that to the powers that be above me and the board,

“I’ve shown in my managerial career given time I’ve been successful. We’re not always given time and the pressure is on if I’m being honest because of the expectation of the football club.

“What I can control is picking the players up. Results haven’t been good enough, but my professional pride means I want to win and I’ll be the first in the building tomorrow.”

Asked about the team’s performance against QPR, Harris responded:

“I’m gutted. It was a typical Championship game and scrappy at times. There were not a huge amount of chances and I’m really disappointed we couldn’t find that killer moment in both boxes. We’ve lost five league games in a row and it’s hugely disappointing.

“It’s never happened to me before and the players are low on confidence after that.”

source: SportMob

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