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MICK McCarthy is clinging to his job at Cardiff City after a Welsh derby hammering followed suggestions from Bluebirds chief executive Ken Choo the club would be better off without him.

McCarthy suffered a sixth straight Championship defeat as Swansea goals came from the outstanding Jamie Paterson, Joel Piroe and Jake Bidwell.

1Cardiff boss Mick McCarthy is on the verge of the sack after the Bluebirds were thrashed by fierce rivals SwanseaCredit: Getty

It completed a nightmare day for the veteran McCarthy. On one of the supporters’ coaches before the game, Choo was reported to have told Cardiff fans: “I wish we had a new manager.”

When asked to provide context to his comment, Choo laughed off the matter and refused to deny making it. Asked for his response after a hammering in Swansea, McCarthy’s emotion was clear.

“I can't imagine Ken would actually say that and if he did, I think it would be said to me and nobody else,” he said.

“Until Ken tells me he said it, it doesn't make a difference to me. The only thing that's making any difference to me is this game – that is what is concerning me.

“It leaves me feeling very, very sad. I can’t try harder than what I’m doing and I’ll keep doing it until someone tells me otherwise.”

The last time Cardiff lost six league matches in a row was 1985 and they were shambolic against their bitterest rivals despite Ryan Giles missing a glorious chance to give them the lead.

Swansea took control after that and Paterson opened the scoring from 25 yards with a stunning strike which went in off both posts.

Piroe and Bidwell rubbed salt in already-gaping Cardiff wounds in the second half.

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“I’m not sure I’ve got the words to describe that, but let’s just say I’m bitterly disappointed,” McCarthy added.

“I’ve never had a problem with players not playing for me and if they are not, then I’ll be disappointed.

“The support I’ve had from the hierarchy has been great and I’ve been grateful for that.”

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GOP governor says McCarthy should condemn Boeberts anti-Muslim remarks

Arkansas Gov. Asa HutchinsonAsa HutchinsonSunday shows preview: New COVID-19 variant emerges; supply chain issues and inflation persist Arkansas opens boosters to all adults Americans are participating in redistricting like never before MORE (R) said on Sunday that House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthyKevin McCarthyGOP eyes booting Democrats from seats if House flips With extreme gerrymanders locking in, Biden needs to make democracy preservation job one Greene: McCarthy 'doesn't have the full support to be Speaker' MORE (R-Calif.) should condemn Rep. Lauren BoebertLauren BoebertGOP eyes booting Democrats from seats if House flips Boebert apologizes to Muslims as Democrats call for 'real action to confront racism' Omar calls out Boebert over anti-Muslim remarks, denies Capitol incident took place MORE’s (R-Colo.) anti-Muslim remarks. 

“I do. I think whenever, even in our own caucus, our own members, if they go the wrong direction, I mean, it has to be called out. It has to be dealt with, particularly whenever it is breaching the civility, whenever it is crossing the line in terms of violence or increasing the divide in our country,” Hutchinson told host Dana BashDana BashDemocrats optimistic as social spending bill heads to Senate O'Rourke won't say if he wants Biden to campaign for him in Texas senate race Fauci says fully vaccinated families can 'absolutely' enjoy holidays inside without masks MORE on CNN's "State of the Union" after she played a clip of Boebert's comments.

“So, one of the things that's really important to us in the future is increasing the civil debate and civil discourse. And we have got to look for ways that we can bring people together, and not divide, and certainly along racial lines,” Hutchinson added.  

Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson says House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy should condemn GOP Rep. Boebert’s anti-Muslim remarks.

“In our own caucus, our own members, if they go the wrong direction, I mean, it has to be called out,” Hutchinson says. https://t.co/cGRLsaztOA #CNNSOTU pic.twitter.com/5bYZpyz6Vt

— State of the Union (@CNNSotu) November 28, 2021

 

A video surfaced over the Thanksgiving holiday break showing Boebert telling an audience that she and fellow Rep. Ilhan OmarIlhan OmarGOP eyes booting Democrats from seats if House flips Boebert apologizes to Muslims as Democrats call for 'real action to confront racism' Omar calls out Boebert over anti-Muslim remarks, denies Capitol incident took place MORE (D-Minn.) were on an elevator as a Capitol Police officer ran toward it. 

"I look to my left, and there she is. Ilhan Omar. I said, ‘Well she doesn't have a backpack, we should be fine,’ ” Boebert told the audience. 

Omar says the incident never happened.

 

Boebert apologized to the Muslim community on Friday after Omar called her out for her "anti-Muslim bigotry." 

McCarthy said in a statement to CNN that he spoke with Boebert on Friday about her comments, saying the Colorado lawmaker has offered to meet with Omar. 

"I spoke with Leader Hoyer today to help facilitate that meeting so that Congress can get back to talking to each other and working on the challenges facing the American people,” McCarthy said.

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