I've just been reading the BBC Cardiff City pages and was very impressed by Malky MacKays words regarding the Cardiff City fans. Although talking as a result of the most tragic demise of Gary Speed, his words as well as being well measured, were also inspirational, respectful and clearly genuine. He, like Brendan Rodgers, clearly has a huge appreciation and respect for the job of being in charge of one of the two leading clubs in Wales. His words made it obvious that he is aware of his responsibilities. Many will know from the old 606 days, that I am a great fan of Dave Jones - a regard that was formed during his days at Wolves and Southampton, and to this day, I'll not be shaken from the view that he had a huge and positive influence on a vitally important period in the timeline of the club. So, when news of his departure came out, I was very much in the mind that his successor would have to improve our end of season position or, there would be no point in changing the boss. Therefore, it is fair to say that I was not over excited at the prospect of MM coming in. Clearly, and after calming down, the bigger picture unfolds and I get to respect that we are not just changing a manager - we're changing an ethos. While our current successful run and surprising league position pay testament to the hard work of MM, I still found myself unsure about the man. However, I am now seeing the club changing into one with a united ethic and one without prima donnas, and this is clearly due to MM's approach. Back to what I read today, it is clear that we have a manager that is serious about the club and has a huge respect for the fans and their Welshness. Stuff like that, was always going to impress me.