Today's the Day. Good luck Cardiff City.

Last updated : 25 May 2003 By Michael Morris
Good luck today to Cardiff City, players, management, staff and fans.

Victory would catapult us into an arena not seen by many at Ninian Park for a long time and for anyone who started supporting the club in the last 18 years they will have never experienced Division 1 football, we've not been at the next level since 1985 and have not achieved promotion to it since 1983.

20 years on and we have that chance, let's take it.

This is without doubt one of the biggest days in the clubs history. As fans lets relish the spaectacle that are coming our way. I'm writing this at 8am after a fretful and much interupted nights sleep. Both scenario's, winning and losing, competing in my dreams.

The players showed they can produce the results when they need to, the two games against Bristol were testimony to that.

Nothing else matters today, what has happened before has happened. This is a one off game and for some players it will be the making of their career's. The rewards for everyone are massive.

City fans, sing loud, sing proud. 35,000 of us in the Millennium Stadium today. It promises to be potentially the best day of our lives.