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Daily Archives: August 8, 2019

Hole-in-the-wall gang target Grangetown fishing shop

THIEVES keen to hook themselves some free gear tunnelled through three brick walls to burgle a fishing shop. Using tactics more commonly seen in bank heist movies, the crooks cut through the brickwork of a Victorian former boozer then two sets of breeze block walls to get into Anglers’ Supplies in Cardiff. Creating a 2x1ft rectangular hole in the shop’s …

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Is Neil Warnock right about referees favouring ‘big’ Premier League clubs?

Cardiff manager Neil Warnock branded Premier League officials the “worst in the world” after Chelsea capitalised on a refereeing blunder to produce a dramatic 2-1 comeback win. Chelsea were 1-0 down with six minutes left when Cesar Azpilicueta, who was standing two yards offside, met Marcos Alonso’s flick-on to head home the equaliser. Ruben Loftus-Cheek punished Cardiff further in stoppage …

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