These are your Cardiff City headlines on Monday, April 15

Robinson and Romeo set for return

Cardiff boss Erol Bulut says Callum Robinson and Mahlon Romeo will be back in the squad soon.

The duo were bombed out of the manager's first-team plans at Birmingham City over disciplinary issues, meaning they only had 19 players in their matchday squad at St Andrew's.

The pair were again missing at The Den for the 3-1 defeat to Millwall and Bulut explained why the two remained absent. Romeo, he said, was left out due to problems he had experienced with his former club in the past.

He said post-match: "Mahlon is not here because of the past, the club he had problems, that's why we didn't take him with us. But he will be, when he's fit, the next game, with the squad.

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"With Robbo, we had a talk, so he knows what mistake he did, he accepted it, so when everything is OK he can also be back with the team."

Cardiff face Southampton this weekend, with the duo expected to be in contention for selection.

Davies scores again

Cardiff loan man Isaak Davies scored for the third game in a row but couldn't stop KV Kortrijk going down to defeat.

Charleroi scored late on through defender Dari to take the game 2-1 to leave Kortrijk in trouble at the bottom of the table.

On an individual note, though, that's 10 for the season for Davies in Belgium's top flight - form that hasn't gone unnoticed back at his parent club.

"It was a difficult match,” says goalscorer Davies. “We really wanted to get the three points, but unfortunately it didn't work out today. Now we are very disappointed, I notice that in the dressing room. It is now important to work hard and put our heads together, because next weekend will be the very important match against RWDM. Everyone realizes that it is necessary. We accept the challenge and will prepare for that competition in the best conditions.”

He added: "As a team we have to work harder on this, but we are already doing that. The fans also see this and we understand that they are disappointed. It is not a matter of forming two fronts now, because in this situation we need to come together. Everything is still possible if we win next week.”

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Resurgent Murphy tracked by five Championship clubs

Former Cardiff winger Josh Murphy is being tracked by five Championship clubs.

Twenty-nine-year-old Murphy is now plying his trade with Oxford United and is experiencing a resurgence in League One. He has scored six times in the last 12 matches to push The U's into the play-off spots.

U's boss Des Buckingham said: "He's a wonderful player. I’m delighted to see how happy he is enjoying his football."

Buckingham added: "He’s very settled and if he keeps performing that way, I’m sure he’ll attract interest.”

The Sun report scouts from Southampton, West Brom, QPR, Sunderland and Hull City watched him at the weekend, while MLS outfit Minnesota United are also keen.

They will have liked what they saw too, with Murphy scoring and setting up two in the 5-0 hammering of Peterborough United.

Murphy, who once cost Cardiff £11million, is out of contract at the end of the season.

Women do the double

Cardiff City Women beat rivals Swansea City 5-1 to claim the Adran Trophy for the first time in the club's history.

They had to do it the hard way, though, having had to come from a goal down to see off the Swans. Goals from Megan Bowen, Molly Kehoe, Rhianne Oakley and Eliza Collie (two) saw the Bluebirds seal the double in style.

Head coach Iain Darbyshire said: “It feels fantastic. It’s been a long time coming. We’ve worked really hard this season to improve psychologically. When the chips are down, we knew we needed to show up and we did that today, especially in that second half, I thought we were unbelievable.

“We just spoke about intensity. That’s what was missing in that first half. We were losing second balls and we were just a yard off the pace, but I felt that we could dominate the second half if we fixed that and it gave us the platform to score goals.

“It all comes from the intensity from behind them. It was all about putting Swansea under pressure and we made opportunities from that.

“Last year, we took our eye off the ball in the final and you can see how much we’ve learned from that. We had a great opportunity to win three trophies last year and while it was a great achievement to win two, it hurt us that it wasn’t three. This year, we’ve got two secured and one more final to look forward to.”