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Emyr Huws: Cardiff accept bid for Wales midfielder from Ipswich – BBC Sport


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Emyr Huws: Cardiff accept bid for Wales midfielder from Ipswich
BBC Sport
Cardiff City have accepted an offer for Wales midfielder Emyr Huws from rival Championship team Ipswich Town. The 23-year-old spent the last four months of last season on loan at Portman Road. “I spoke to [Ipswich manager] Mick McCarthy and we’ve…
Cardiff City accept bid for Emyr Huws from Ipswich TownThe 72 – We Love the Football League
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Where to park and all the road closures for Justin Bieber’s Cardiff concert – WalesOnline


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Where to park and all the road closures for Justin Bieber’s Cardiff concert
WalesOnline
Cardiff is ready to welcome Justin Bieber when he unleashes his hits on the Welsh capital at the Principality Stadium on Friday, June 30. There will be heightened security measures in the light of recent terror attacks and all concert goers are

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The full list complaints to Cardiff council about its use of the Welsh language – WalesOnline


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The full list complaints to Cardiff council about its use of the Welsh language
WalesOnline
“The standards, as well as the Bilingual Cardiff strategy and associated action plan to increase the number of Welsh speakers in Cardiff and ensure that the Welsh language is very much a part of life in the city, will play a significant role in

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The Jazz Richards interview: The ‘easy’ move from Swansea City to Cardiff City and my Wales World Cup ambitions – WalesOnline


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The Jazz Richards interview: The ‘easy’ move from Swansea City to Cardiff City and my Wales World Cup ambitions
WalesOnline
“The response from Cardiff fans was great, all positive comments. I think being involved with Wales helped. There was obviously the gesture of doing the Ayatollah but that all blew over fairly quick and they know I’m here to play for them. They were

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