Former Swansea metropolis striker Oli McBurnie takes swipe at Cardiff city …

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Former Swansea City striker Oli McBurnie has taken a swipe at Cardiff City following their disappointing 2-0 defeat at home to Fulham in the Championship play-offs.

Fulham came into the match without key striker Aleksandar Mitrovic, something which handed the hosts a boost for their first-leg play-off fixture.

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Former Swansea City striker Oli McBurnie takes swipe at Cardiff City …

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However, Cardiff flattered to deceive in the game and lost thanks to goals from Fulham’s Josh Onomah and Neeskens Kebano.

McBurnie has enjoyed his pantomime relationship with Cardiff City fans on numerous occasions and there was no surprise to see the Sheffield United forward getting involved post-match on social media.

Former Swansea City striker Oli McBurnie takes swipe at Cardiff City …

“Decent result for Cardiff tonight,” .

Oli McBurnie revels in Cardiff’s first-leg defeat to Fulham

In January McBurnie had infuriated home fans and divided opinion among pundits and the media by turning up in the away end with the Jack Army and making a lewd gesture towards Cardiff supporters.

The following day the Football Association reminded McBurnie of his responsibilities, while former Crystal Palace chairman Simon Jordan branded him a ‘moron’ for his antics.

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But Manchester United great turned Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville called it a disgrace that he should be reprimanded for simply supporting his former team.