A new date has been announced for the Cardiff City match postponed on Sunday.
It appears the Welsh side got their wish over the re-scheduled date.
Neil Warnock was his usual calm, reserved self when asked about the postponement being quoted on bbc.co.uk as saying the postponement was “absolutely disgraceful really, things like that should be looked into”.
One of the gripes about a potential re-arrangement of the game was the next free date in the calendar which would have been 17th April.
The Derby Evening Telegraph quoted Warnock as saying ‘Now the EFL will try and force us to play on the first available date which gives us three tough away games. We are going to have to fight tooth and nail against that as we shouldn`t be punished for something like this because it isn`t our doing and I believe it`s a big travesty.”
A new date was announced by the clubs earlier today with the date having been set for Tuesday 24th April (7:45pm kick-off) with no word from SkySports as to whether the game would still be televised. At least it`s one less thing for the Cardiff manager to worry about!