Discussion in 'Cardiff City Forum' started by TH63, 2 Dec 2019.
And Vincent. Don't forget Vincent.
Bamba had played for the u23s and then came on late against Birmingham, he’s back on the bench for the wurzels game and it looked like it’s a matter of time till he’s back in the starting line up.
Then NW leaves and suddenly Sol isn’t fit enough to be a sub.
I was speaking to a old steward at Ninian Park and he said to me 'Neil, why dont you come and manage us'? I told him to get his people to come and speak to me.
My type of fans, my type of club.
I hope you're putting 2 and 2 together and getting 5. If Sol gets over his injury he is a great asset to us and he seems to love being here. Likewise, I found it strange though and hope its a coincidence
Out with the old, in with the new.
Bamba is 35 next month and has had his time. Time to look to the future.
Nobody gets over an ACL at 34...I like Sol but the way he plays that injury will curtail him...
That's so far from Cornwall you can call it an foreign job for our Neil.
Especially as hes Warnocks general on the pitch hopefully now with Harris in charge we stop giving players that are past it extended contracts.
Following his departure, Warnock was immediately linked with the vacant Hearts job, having previously spoken about his desire to knock Rangers and Celtic off their perch.
The manager's house in Dunoon, 80 miles west of Edinburgh, was also used to substantiate his links to the job.
Now, The Sun report that Middlesbrough are set to move quickly to appoint Warnock, with current boss Jonathan Woodgate edging closer to his dismissal following a poor run of form.
However, WalesOnline understands that those links are wide of the mark at present, with Warnock, who yesterday turned 71, wanting to wait until at least after Christmas before making any big decision over his next move.
The former Bluebirds boss will remain in South Wales until the New Year and it is understood neither Hearts nor Middlesbrough have sounded him out over a move up north as yet.
It is understood, however, that Warnock has not completely ruled out a return to management in the near future.
The former Bluebirds boss, however, is not keen to rush into anything, having only just completed the terms of his exit deal with Cardiff.
Neil Warnock's stance on future amid Middlesbrough and Hearts links - https://www.walesonline.co.uk/sport/football/neil-warnocks-stance-middlesbrough-hearts-17348350