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We were fabulous, insists Warnock

Filed: Sunday, 10th March 2019
By: Staff Writer

Cardiff manager Neil Warnock claimed that his side were "fabulous" in defeating a well below par West Ham by two goal to nil.

The Bluebirds were in front as early as the fourth minute and never looked like conceding their lead, against a woeful West Ham who remain without an away win in 2019.

And a delighted Warnock also laughed off reports of a split camp, insisting that City's "spirit" was what got them through the game.

You may see more from Warnock by clicking below to listen to his post-match interview in full.

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