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Appeal for help to find man missing from Cardiff

Mr Truman hasn't been seen since Thursday. Credit: Family photo/South Wales Police

Police are appealing for help to find a 32-year-old man who has been reported missing from his home in Cardiff.

Taimour Truman was last seen at his home on Manor Way in Whitchurch on Thursday at 7.30am. South Wales Police believe he may have travelled to London via Paddington Station.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101 quoting reference 1700071303.


Full-time: Mansfield Town 2 - 1 Newport County

Newport County narrowly lost out to Mansfield Town this afternoon after a late goal by the hosts saw them nudge a win.

Things looked promising for County thanks to an early goal by Ryan Bird, though Mansfield's Krystian Pearce equalised shortly after to make the score one-all at half time.

County found themselves a man down around the 67-minute mark when Jaanai Gordon was sent off after a second yellow card.

A Mansfield penalty saw them finish the game as the winners.

Final score: Mansfield Town 2 - 1 Newport County.

Full-time: Solihull Moors 0 - 1 Wrexham

An early goal by Anthony Barry saw Wrexham triumph over Solihull Moors this afternoon.

The hosts were left trailing at half-time and later found themselves down to 10 men after Solihull's Jack Byrne was sent off following a clash in the box. The same incident also saw Wrexham's Barry given a yellow card.

Final score: Solihull Moors 0 - 1 Wrexham.

FT: Cardiff City 2 - 2 Fulham

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Cardiff City have drawn 2-2 to Fulham at the Cardiff City Stadium this afternoon.

Fulham were keen to make themselves known in Wales, taking an early lead.

But Kenneth Zohore helped put the Bluebirds back in the game in the 24th minute.

The Danish striker wasn't finished there, taking a second goal for Cardiff, pushing them in to the lead in the 56th minute.

Kebano secured Fulham's second goal.


FT: Chelsea 3 - 1 Swansea City

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Swansea City have lost 3-1 to Chelsea.

Chelsea took an early lead but it was Fernando Lorente who brought it to a level playing field for the Swans.

Chelsea's Pedro pushed his team back into the lead with a goal 72 minutes in.

Diego Costa followed in his colleagues footsteps taking the home side's third of the game.

Despite four minutes extra time, the Swans failed to pull it back.

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.

Read more: Cardiff City boss Neil Warnock agrees deal to stay

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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