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Neil Warnock to remain at Cardiff next season

Warnock will remain at Cardiff beyond this season. Credit: PA

Neil Warnock will remain as Cardiff manager next season, the Championship club have confirmed.

The 68-year-old's current deal was set to expire at the end of this campaign.

The Welsh club revealed the news with a post on their official Twitter page on Friday morning which read: "Neil Warnock confirms that he will be #Bluebirds manager next season following positive talks."

Warnock took over at Cardiff in October 2016 following the departure of Paul Trollope.

In recent weeks, the Bluebirds have gone on a three-match winning streak, which included a 2-0 victory over Warnock's former club Leeds.

Cardiff head into Saturday's home match against Fulham in 12th place.

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Major crash involving a tanker, a van and several cars closes M4 in Cardiff

The motorway is closed between junctions 32 and 33 and one lane has also been closed on the eastbound carriageway. Credit: Google maps

A serious crash involving a tanker, a van and several cars has closed the westbound carriageway of the M4 in Cardiff.

The tanker hit the central reservation halfway between junction 32 for Coryton and junction 33, Cardiff West, at about 17:50 GMT on Monday.

The motorway is closed between junctions 32 and 33 and one lane has also been closed on the eastbound carriageway.

There are long queues in both directions and a diversion has been set up at junction 30.

The Welsh Ambulance Service said it sent two rapid rapid response vehicles, one ambulance and a doctor.

An air ambulance cannot be called in due to the weather conditions.

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