The agent of Cardiff City boss Malky Mackay admits he's still upset with the axing of Iain Moody.
Moody was removed as head of recruitment by Cardiff owner Vincent Tan last week.
On Moody's exit Raymond Sparkes said: "Both men (Mackay and Tan) have made their positions quite clear but Iain has still been removed from his position and that's not going to change.
"The real question is how do we go forward from here, how do we get things back on to an even keel and not only have a plan for taking the club forward but convince the Cardiff City fans that it's something that they can absolutely rely on and trust in going forward.
"Iain was a crucial member of Malky's team and for anyone who knows Malky or has come into contact with him, he is a tremendous character in every respect.
"No one will be surprised to hear that when a member of his family, if that's what we can call him, has been removed, then Malky on complete morality grounds is always going to jump to the defence of that individual."
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