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Seat Cushions Found “Likely” From Missing Sala Plane

British investigators said on Wednesday it was “likely” that two seat cushions that washed up on the French shore this week were from the missing plane carrying footballer Emiliano Sala. Britain’s Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB), which is probing the disappearance of the light aircraft over the Channel on January 21, said the cushions were discovered on the Normandy coastline …

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Private Search For Sala Underway As Over €300,000 Raised

A GoFundMe page set up to help fund a private search for missing Cardiff City striker, Emiliano Sala, has raised over €300,000 in two days.  The money has allowed Sala’s family to fund two boats and the search for the footballer and pilot, David Ibbotson, resumed on Saturday. The official search was called off on Thursday as authorities said the chances of finding …

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Guernsey Police Call Off Search For Missing Emiliano Sala

Police on Thursday ended their search for Premier League player Emiliano Sala and pilot David Ibbotson, saying the chances of finding them alive three days after their plane went missing over the Channel were “extremely remote”. The light aircraft transporting the 28-year-old striker, who signed for Cardiff City at the weekend, disappeared from radar around 20 kilometres (12 miles) north …

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Watch: Warnock On Brexit – “To Hell With The Rest Of The World”

Neil Warnock

Cardiff City manager, Neil Warnock, launched a surprising rant in support of Brexit following his side’s dismal scoreless draw with Huddersfield at the weekend.  The 70-year-old, who recently accused Liverpool of having, “a lack of class”, following Nathaniel Clyne’s decision to join Bournemouth on loan instead of Cardiff City, is determined to strengthen his squad during the transfer window. During …

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“A Lack Of Class” – Warnock Slams Liverpool Over Failed Clyne Promise

Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock has accused Liverpool of “lacking class” and branded them “a disgrace” after his side missed out a loan deal for full-back Nathaniel Clyne. Warnock has seen Clyne as a long-term target for the Premier League strugglers and was the manager who gave the right-back his professional debut. Bournemouth, however, won the race for Clyne’s signature, …

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Warnock Tells His Players “Not To Breathe” On Spurs Players

Cardiff manager Neil Warnock has warned his players “not to breathe” on some of Tottenham’s stars in a New Year’s Day clash between the sides over fears of playacting. England captain Harry Kane was booked for diving in Spurs’ shock 3-1 home loss to Wolves on Saturday, while Dele Alli has been repeatedly accused of going down easily. “I say …

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Confirmed: Greg Cunningham Will Be Playing In The Premier League Next Season

Greg Cunningham’s reported move to the Premier League has now been confirmed. Cunningham will leave Preston North End and join top-flight newcomers, Cardiff City, on a three-year-deal for an undisclosed fee. This is the second signing in two days for Cardiff, who acquired Norwich winger Josh Murphy on Tuesday. Second signing in two days Defender Greg Cunningham signs a three-year …

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Ireland International Greg Cunningham Linked With Cardiff City Move

during the Sky Bet Championship match between Fulham and Preston North End at Craven Cottage on March 4, 2017 in London, United Kingdom.

Wales Online report that Cardiff City are weighing up a move for Preston and Ireland left-back Greg Cunningham. Cunningham, who is currently injured with a fractured leg, was one of Preston’s key performers this season which followed on from his Preston Player of the Year award in 2016. His form seems to have captured the eye of Neil Warnock whose side finished level …

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Could Anthony Pilkington’s Form Put Him Back In The Frame For The Ireland-Wales Game?

CARDIFF, WALES - AUGUST 17: Anthony Pilkington of Cardiff (l) is challenged by Craig Conway of Blackburn during the Sky Bet Championship match between Cardiff City and Blackburn Rovers at Cardiff City Stadium on August 17, 2016 in Cardiff, Wwales.. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

It has been an impressive season for Irish players in the Championship. Conor Hourihane, Ryan Manning and Daryl Horgan have made great strides but one man has slipped under the radar. Anthony Pilkington, remember him? Lancashire-born Pilkington burst onto the scene with Stockport County and made the steep climb from non-league to the Premier League. He benefited from ex-Norwich boss …

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Robin Friday, One Of Football’s Craziest

His biography is entitled “The Greatest Footballer You Never Saw”. After reading about Robin Friday, you’ll wonder how you hadn’t heard of him sooner.    “The squad needs you but I owe it to the club because I can’t have you using drugs …. If I know you’re using drugs it won’t take the major clubs long to find out. …

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Ireland Boss Won’t ‘Rule Anybody Out’ Ahead Of Euro Clash

Ireland manager Martin O’Neill isn’t going to ‘rule anybody out’ ahead of Ireland’s crucial Euro 2016 qualifier against Poland next month.  Speaking to RTÉ, O’Neill was keeping his cards close to his chest but he alluded to some of the players who may come into the squad ahead of the match against Poland at Lansdowne Road on the 29th of March, …

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Cardiff City Make Long-Awaited Return To Blue Strip

Cardiff City’s controversial owner Vincent Tan has finally decided to agree to the club’s reversal back to their traditional blue home strip, having changed it to red in 2012 for marketing purposes. The past two years have seen a club’s recent history disrupted with a ludicrous decision of reverting to a red kit, which the club described at the time as …

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Premier League Heroes: Craig Bellamy

Today’s Premier League hero needs no introduction, he is one of the most well-known strikers to have graced the modern age of top flight English football, partly down to the amount of clubs he has been at over the years and partly due to his goalscoring exploits. Craig Bellamy enjoyed a long career in English football as he played with …

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World Transfer Records No.14 – Trevor Ford To Sunderland

Today’s record transfer concerns Trevor Ford’s transfer to Sunderland in 1950. Here Karl Graham looks back at Ford’s career.  Ever since the introduction of professionalism in football by the English FA in 1885, there have been 43 world transfer records. Over the next few months Karl Graham will be bringing us up to date with the history behind every single record. …

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