& # 39; Tiger Woods has been written off so many times and we have & # 39 ;: Neil Warnock insists that Cardiff will show doubters in relegation battles
- Cardiff City is 18th in the Premier League table – five points out of safety
- They can be cut to two points with a win on Tuesday-placed Brighton in 17th place
- Tiger Woods won his 15th major against expectations on Sunday with the Masters
Cardiff boss Neil Warnock has called on his players to use the Tiger Woods Masters comeback as a motivation to overcome the odds and stay in the Premier League.
Warnock turned on Sunday night when Woods won the green jacket with Augusta, his first major in 11 years after his battles with demons in his personal life and with serious injuries.
A revival of Cardiff seems as unlikely as the club still has five games to divide and drop a five-point bridge if they want to stay on top.
Cardiff manager Neil Warnock believes that his side can get inspiration from Tiger Woods
Woods won his first major in 11 years because the golf legend conquered the Masters
Cardiff travels to Brighton on Tuesday-evening, which is in 17th place, knowing that a win will bring them within two points of the Chris Hughton team, who are still holding a competition.
Brighton is in a desperate form and lost 5-0 to Bournemouth on Saturday – their fourth consecutive loss.
Cardiff, meanwhile, has been stubbornly detained by bad luck stories after being struck by bad referee decisions in recent Burnley and Chelsea defeats.
Warnock said: “We just have to watch the wave and what Tiger did – great.
& # 39; No one has given him a chance. He has often been deprived of that and so have we. It is clear that we have felt sorry for ourselves a few times in the last few weeks.
& # 39; We don't have time to do that in Brighton and if it's not good enough, we'll accept it. But this is a chance to give ourselves a chance until the end of the season. & # 39;
Cardiff travels to Brighton in the Premier League on Tuesday evening – in a relegation battler
- League One
- League Two
- Scottish Premiership
- Scottish Div 1
- Scottish Div 2
- Scottish Div 3
- League 1
- Series a
- La Liga
Hughton brought in his Brighton players for a manageable team meeting on Sunday after the club suffered the biggest Premier League defeat ever.
The management and the players were seated by the gruesome images of the Vitality stadium in an attempt to evoke a counter-reaction tonight.
Hughton said: & # 39; The players want to prove a point on Tuesday.
& # 39; They want to show an attitude that says they were disappointed that Saturday.
& # 39; We had a meeting, went through the game and the goals we admitted.
& # 39; It was probably our worst performance of the season.
& # 39; There is not one player in that dressing room who has not gone through a bad defeat, a poor performance, and what it's always about is how you respond to that.
& # 39; I expect a response from our players. & # 39;