REDS manager Simon Davey gave his thoughts after a controversial defeat at Ninian Park.

Speaking to the club's official site, Simon said: "There were a lot of turning points and I think their (the officials) performance was not up to the standard we normally see. We were not at the races in the first half though. I have to be careful with what I say but we were not happy with the referee.

"It is very unlike us to concede from a corner and that was disappointing. We were on the back foot in the first half and fair play to Cardiff for the way they started the game.

"I was pleased with what I saw in the second half and we got back into it.

"It was not our night with the officials but we will live to fight another day. Bring on Birmingham.

"Anderson has flown back to Brazil to be with his family after his mother died in the night. Our thoughts are with him".
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