Malky Mackay: 'I don't regret signings'

Malky Mackay, manager of Cardiff City shows his frustration during the Barclays Premier League match between Cardiff City and Southampton at Cardiff City Stadium on December 26, 2013
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Former Cardiff City manager Malky Mackay insists that he has no regrets over the signings that he made during his time in charge of the club.

Malky Mackay has insisted that he does not regret any of the signings that he made during his time in charge at Cardiff City.

The former Bluebirds manager has been accused of making racist, homophobic and sexist remarks during his spell at the club while dealing with transfers.

When asked if he regretted any of the dealings, Mackay told Sky Sports News: "None of them. The signings we made were done in a fashion where there was a process that was longstanding.

"I signed 31 players in two and a half years for the football club with the process that was in place of various people signing it off and looking at it. That was something that never, ever changed and the players we brought in we scouted and we looked at.

"Some take longer to settle, some don't perform as you think, some need longer, some hit the ground running right away. Others go to World Cups. It really is a case of being like that and it's there for every one to see."

Mackay has said that there was no excuse for the language he used, but has insisted that he is not a racist.

Cardiff manager Malky Mackay prior to kick-off in the match against Manchester United on November 24, 2013
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