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Vincent Tan to lead search for new manager

Its believed Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan will lead the search for the man to replace Solskjaer.

In January Cardiff Chairman Mehmet Dalman was tasked with finding a successor to Malky Mackay and spent weeks trying to persuade Solskjaer, then manager at Norwegian Side Molde FK, to take over at the City Stadium.

When Ole was revealed to the media Dalman made it clear that Cardiff only had one man in mind for the job.

Ten months on and Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan is ready to sack the manager they worked so hard to capture.

Reports Solskjaer to leave Cardiff City post tonight

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer Credit: PA

There are reports that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will leave his post as Cardiff City manager tonight. It comes after a disappointing run by the Bluebirds, which most recently saw them lose to Middlesbrough at home and before that, to Norwich.

Solskjaer has been in talks with the club's chairman in London today over his future with Cardiff.


Man prosecuted for using powerboat whilst drunk

A man has been fined for using a powerboat whilst drunk at Milford Haven Port.

David Hughes pleaded guilty to using his boat, "Growler", whilst under the influence of alcohol.

Haverfordwest Magistrates Court heard that on the 21st May 2014, Hughes was navigating his 24ft Rinker powerboat in the Waterway with friends and a young infant aboard.

The Port's Harbourmaster, Bill Hirst, said it is a reminder to all river users of the responsibility they have to themselves and to others.

Anyone under the influence of alcohol while in charge of a vessel must understand the dangers they pose to themselves, their crew and to others on the waterway. With many leisure users still making use of the fine weather to get out boating, this is a timely reminder. The Milford Haven Waterway is an extremely busy stretch of water and the Port of Milford Haven is responsible for ensuring everyone from commercial vessel operators to leisure boaters can safely coexist.

– Harbourmaster, Bill Hirst

Hughes, of Narberth, Pembrokeshire, was issued with a fine of £650 and ordered to pay £432 costs and £65 victim surcharge - a total of £1,147.

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