Malky Mackay 'owes' Cardiff City for Premier League chance - Sam Hammam
CARDIFF City's life president believes Malky Mackay would not walk out on Cardiff City because he owes the club for giving him the chance to be a Premier League manager.
Mackay was alleged to have been upset at club owner Vincent Tan's decision to axe head of recruitment Iain Moody.
But Sam Hammam, the club's life president, told BBC Wales' Sport Wales there is little chance of Mackay leaving.
He said: "Malky knows that he is a gem. He had to be given the chance and he wasn't getting it at Watford.
"He had it here and he owes this club, he owes Vincent Tan, but we also owe him.
“By and large Vincent Tan has been an excellent owner of the club... good servant, saved the club, put money in, expanded the stadium."