The wife of ex-Cardiff City manager Mark Hudson tells how he told his children he had lost his job

The ups and downs of life as a football manager! The wife of sacked Cardiff City’s Mark Hudson tells how he told her kids he’d been made boss – before posting a heartbreaking clip as he revealed he’d lost his job (but confess, this is football!) .

The wife of former Cardiff city manager Mark Hudson has shared the heartbreaking moment he told his children he had lost his job – as well as the excited scenes when he previously announced he had been hired.

Marie-Louise Hudson posted a moving clip to Instagram yesterday, contrasting the moment Mark first told his children he had been appointed assistant manager at Cardiff and then when he told them he had to go.

Marie-Louise’s video wrote in her caption “We will make this journey together” and showed Mark, 40, standing in front of his children and telling them he was no longer a manager, before both his sons stood up to hug him.

The father-of-three admitted “this is football” as he told his kids, “We’re all going out to dinner tonight and tomorrow we’ll all pack up,” and left the town where his two sons were born.

Marie-Louise Hudson, wife of former Cardiff City Manager Mark Hudson, shared a video of him breaking the news to his children that he had lost his job

Marie-Louise Hudson, wife of former Cardiff City Manager Mark Hudson, shared a video of him breaking the news to his children that he had lost his job

The former Cardiff City manager has been sacked after four months after the club went nine games without a win.

He spent five years as a player for the club and was appointed manager last year but was removed after the team drew against Wigan on Saturday, leaving the Bluebirds a place above the relegation zone and at risk of losing their place in the Championship to lose.

The first half of the video shows Mark’s two sons cheering with excitement upon learning he’d landed a job in Cardiff, with one saying: “I’ll tell all my friends.”

He hugs his father and says, “I knew you would understand. You are a legend.”

The post then switches to an emotional shot of Mark telling his kids, “I’m not the manager anymore.”

The first half of the video showed the moment Mark told his kids he'd landed the job as assistant manager at Cardiff City (pictured).

The first half of the video showed the moment Mark told his kids he’d landed the job as assistant manager at Cardiff City (pictured).

The father-of-three said

The father-of-three said “this is football” as he told his children they were leaving the town where his two sons were born

He adds, “So we’re going to go eat tonight and then tomorrow we’re going to pack all our things and we’re all going home together,” as the two sons hug him in a group hug.

The video ends with Mark saying, “That’s a good thing, yeah? Don’t worry, this is football.”

Marie-Louise wrote alongside the video: “I’ve been debating whether or not to post this video, it’s personal, it’s raw, it’s a high and a deep low.

“It’s very easy to just post the highlights, the perfect parts of your life on social media, but that’s not real life. It’s also a side of football (unless you’re in the football world) that you’ll never see.

The former Cardiff City manager (pictured) has been sacked four months off the job after the club went nine games without a win

The former Cardiff City manager (pictured) has been sacked four months off the job after the club went nine games without a win

His sons approach him to hug him in the second half of the video as he tells them,

His sons approach him to hug him in the second half of the video as he tells them, “I’m not the manager anymore.”

“Mark’s chapter in Cardiff is over and we are disappointed. This video shows the time when Mark was offered a job at Cardiff and what an opportunity it was.

“A chance to return to the place we call home (and always will call home) and hold so many precious memories, a place where we have friends who are family, the town where our boys are were born, the place where gave us peace after the tragedy.

“Some may ask why I recorded the last video, but I wanted to record it for the boys, for Mark, to show them when they are older and also to show how much this opportunity means to us as a family has.

“Football can test you to your limits, test your relationship, take you away from your family, but as always, we will make this journey together.

“We will always be Mark’s greatest supporters and we are so proud of everything he has achieved so far. As Mark said, “This is football”.

“It’s a rollercoaster ride and one that we will be riding for years to come. Thank you to everyone who has supported us.’

The club previously said in a statement: “Cardiff City Football Club have relieved Mark Hudson of his duties as first-team manager.

“The Board would like to take the record of Mark for all his work as a player, coach and manager at the Bluebirds. We wish Mark all the best for the future.’

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