The Bluebirds boss was sent from the touchline in the 78th minute by referee Steve Martin in the 2-2 draw at Reading.Read the full story ›
Cardiff manager Neil Warnock criticised referee Stephen Martin and the fourth official after his side snatched a late 2-2 draw at Reading.Read the full story ›
Cardiff sealed a 3-1 comeback win over Norwich thanks to goals from Joe Ralls, Junior Hoilett and Omar Bogle.Read the full story ›
Neil Warnock admitted Omar Bogle had given him food for thought after he scored in Cardiff City's 3-1 Championship win over Ipswich.Read the full story ›
Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock has said that he hopes Chris Coleman will decide to stay on as Wales Manager.
Coleman has met senior players and has been urged to stay on as Wales boss despite the failure to qualify for next year's World Cup finals in Russia.
Coleman had said after Wales had reached the semi-finals of Euro 2016 that the 2018 World Cup campaign would be his last in charge.
Warnock was speaking at today's Cardiff City press conference, before the team travel to Birmingham for tomorrow's game.
Cardiff City are currently top of the championship table.
Warnock said that it is Coleman's 'own personal decision' if he should continue to manage Wales.
He added that leaving Wales and managing another team might be more financially rewarding, but he also said that if he Coleman has the trust of the team, remaining Wales manager 'would be good for the area'.
Cardiff replaced Leeds at the top of the Sky Bet Championship with a 3-1 win over their Yorkshire visitors.Read the full story ›
Goals from Kenneth Zohore and David Hoilett have helped Cardiff City to a half time lead as they host Leeds United.
Leeds ended the half with skipper Liam Cooper sent off for a second booking.
As it stands, the Bluebirds sit top of the Championship.
Cardiff ended the 2016/17 season on a high, beating a side who finished in the Championship play-off places 3-0 at the John Smith's Stadium.Read the full story ›
Neil Warnock's men are level with Wigan Athletic at the DW Stadium after the first half.
Cardiff boss Neil Warnock was the happier of the two managers as his side drew 0-0 against Barnsley at Oakwell last night.Read the full story ›