"The warmth my family and I felt on coming to Wales just over two years ago will forever stay with us" says Cardiff City manager Malky Mackay.
“We now have a platform on which to demonstrate what we do as a club, city and country on a global level.
The news of the sponsorship deal with the Welsh Government is very exciting, and I look forward to seeing the new ‘Croeso’ stand in all its glory when we kick-off our home campaign against Manchester City in August.”
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