Continuing with our rival fan previews, Michael Morris, who runs Cardiff City Mad, has given his thoughts on supporting newly promoted Cardiff.
Scott: How did you rate 2012-2013 for your club?
Michael: The most incredible in living memory for two reasons. Firstly, the fanbase was split over the change to red and also, of course, on the pitch the team ran away with the Championship and led the division from November before securing the title in April.
Scott: Who was your best player?
Michael: The keeper David Marshall. A record number of clean sheets and week in week out efficiency.
Scott: Which player are you expecting most important in 2013-2014?
Michael: We’ve just signed Steven Caulker from Spurs. Could be a huge influence on our season and one to look out for is Kim Bo-Kyung. Could just be a star.
Scott: If you could take one United player, who would it be?
Michael: Michael Carrick would fit in any side in their midfield.
Scott: Are you pleased Fergie’s retired?
Michael: Now we are in the same division, YES.
Scott: Where do you think your club will finish this season?
Scott: Where do you think United will finish?
Scott: How excited are you about being in the Premier League?
Michael: Very. But it’s not the be all and end all. The Championship is a great league. And to be honest when you support a club it doesn’t matter where they play. You just support.
Scott: How do you anticipate the games against Swansea to go?
Michael: Crazy. The media will try to whip up the frenzy but it’s already something South Wales football fans are looking forward to.
Scott: How much of a hero is Craig Bellamy to Cardiff fans?
Michael: He’s a living legend. Not the player he was but he makes up for that in passion and commitment. He has delivered his dream to take Cardiff into the Premier League. I can’t wait to see him get a goal in the Premier League for Cardiff.
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