When asked about what the thought about the atmosphere inside the Cardiff City Stadium, he admitted that while backed by an impressively noisy home faithful, he wasn't impressed by the way City fans revelled in Liverpool's early frustrations in finding a breakthrough.
He said after the game: “It's Easter and I don't think it's a day not to tell the truth. I don't like it when the crowd celebrates the failure of other teams, to be 100 per cent honest.
"Yes, the atmosphere is great but if we miss a goal I don't know why that is the loudest moment in the game. I never liked that in my whole life and it happens in other stadiums.
"Apart from that, it's a brilliant place. The city with that weather would make a nice holiday. The stadium is fantastic but if you ask me you get an honest answer... It will be interesting until the last match day."