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Cardiff City confirm Warnock contract extension

Neil Warnock put pen to paper ahead of the Bluebirds kick off against Fulham. Credit: Peter Thomas & Cardiff City FC

Cardiff City have confirmed Neil Warnock has signed a new contract keeping him in his role for another year.

Warnock told yesterday's pre-Fulham press conference he had agreed to stay for another year and now the club has issued a statement confirming the contract.

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This is fantastic news for the Club and I’m delighted that Neil has extended his time with us.

The progress we’ve made on the field since Neil came to us in October is evident. I’m very confident that we can continue that excellent work with him at the helm.

– Mehmet Dalman, Cardiff City chairman

This is the news that we all wanted to hear and I’m personally thrilled that we’ve been able to work with Neil to agree this deal.

I know that Tan Sri Vincent Tan has spoken with him many times in recent weeks and that they have a solid relationship, built on trust.

Speaking on his behalf, I can say that he’s as thrilled as all of us are that Neil is staying as Cardiff CityFC Manager

– Ken Choo, Cardiff City CEO

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Police find body in search of missing Merthyr pensioner

Credit: South Wales Police

Police searching for a pensioner from Merthyr say they have found a body.

68-year-old Thomas Williams was last seen on Wednesday 22 February.

South Wales Police say the body of a man has been found near the location he was last seen.

Formal identification of the body is yet to take place, however the family of Mr Williams has been informed.

A multi-agency search has been stood down.

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Scottish Power working to return power to 75 homes on Anglesey

The storm left hundreds without power on Thursday. Credit: @CarwynJones22

Scottish Power says it's working to return power to 75 homes on Anglesey.

Nearly 200 homes were left without electricity overnight.

Storm Doris caused severe damage to properties in North Wales on Thursday, leaving thousands without power.

A spokesperson for Scottish Power said engineers have had to fix around 500 faults in the area but are hoping all homes will have power by this afternoon.

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