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Picture: Cardiff Celebrates Coming Of The RWC In Unique Fashion

The 2015 Rugby World Cup is just a matter of hours away now with England hosting Fiji at Twickenham on Friday night.  Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium must wait another 24 hours before it hosts its opening game of the tournament with Ireland facing Canada on Saturday night, but this hasn’t stopped Wild Creations making an exceptional piece of artwork to celebrate the arrival …

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Pro 12 Season Preview

Connacht will kick off the new Pro 12 season with a home clash against the Newport Gwent Dragons on Friday night. After the most competitive Pro 12 season to date, this campaign has much to live up to. Last season the race for the top four positions was intriguing contest, with only one point separating Glasgow, Munster and the Ospreys. Indeed the play-offs …

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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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Solskjaer Begins Preparation For Life In The Championship

Cardiff City manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is wasting no time preparing for next season. The Bluebirds have already been busy looking for new players and it looks likely that striker Javi Guerra is to join from Real Valladolid. Solskjaer is planning an assault on the Championship with another striker, Lewis Grabban, lined up. Grabban has had a wonderful season with Bournemouth …

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Why They Went Down – Cardiff City FC

With Cardiff being promoted to the Premier League last year they became the second team from Wales in England’s top division. Many thought they would become a mainstay in England’s top tier like their Welsh counterparts, Swansea, but alas it wasn’t to be. The concept of another trip down to Wales to play away games should have been a daunting experience for opposing teams but Cardiff …

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