Sport Former Cardiff manager Malky Mackay has been criticised by the club for his signing of striker Andeas Cornelius

Mackay was linked with a number of clubs but was unable to accept any offers due to a legal dispute with his former club, which he has now dropped

Wales rugby captain Sam Warburton (far left), world champion boxer Nathan Cleverly (centre) and Cardiff City captain Mark Hudson all hope to taste victory this weekend

Boxing. Rugby. Football: Cardiff chasing a 'Triple Crown'

Wales in the rugby and Cleverly in the ring – but they really will be singing in the Valleys if the Bluebirds can beat Liverpool

Owens pair are brother and sister act for Wales

Ken set for first start for Wales at Twickenham, hours before Vicky faces England herself

IPCC to investigate 'lost' Cardiff Three papers

The Independent Police Complaints Commission is to investigate whether officers ordered the destruction of documents which caused the collapse of a multimillion-pound police corruption trial.

Ryan Jones replaces Bradley Davies for Wales

Former Wales captain Ryan Jones will take the place of banned lock Bradley Davies in Sunday's RBS 6 Nations clash against Millennium Stadium visitors Scotland.

Bradley Davies is shown yellow during the match with Ireland

Bradley Davies and Stephen Ferris cited for foul play

Wales lock Bradley Davies and Ireland flanker Stephen Ferris have both been cited for foul play during Sunday's RBS 6 Nations game between the countries in Dublin.

Wales' Ryan Jones already focused on Scotland clash

Ryan Jones has braced Wales for the next step in their RBS 6 Nations title challenge and believes this season's competition remains wide open.

L-R) Mohammed Chowdhury, Shah Rahman, Gurukanth Desai and Abdul Miah

Four admit London bomb plot

Four radical Islamists have admitted plotting a major pre-Christmas terror attack on the London Stock Exchange.

Warren Gatland: Wales coach will take his squad back to Poland for cryotherapy sessions

Howley says Wales will benefit from big chill in Poland

The Wales assistant coach Rob Howley believes that the latest crop of youngsters to be included in the national squad can be the spark that lights a fire under the country's Six Nations challenge.

Chris Coleman: 'I'm man enough to say 'This is how I want to do it. Come along or don't.'

Wales still need Bellamy, says new coach Coleman

Chris Coleman's first priority as Wales manager will be to convince Craig Bellamy not to retire from international football. Yet while in his sit-down with the Liverpool striker he will stress his intention not to rip up Gary Speed's winning formula, he will ensure there is no doubt about who is boss.

Chris Coleman is the favourite to land the role

Wales set to announce Chris Coleman as new manager

Chris Coleman is expected to be named as Gary Speed's successor as Wales manager tomorrow.

Gavin Henson is rated highly by the Wales coaching staff

Gavin Henson recalled to Wales squad for Six Nations

Gavin Henson could be in line for a first RBS 6 Nations appearance since 2009 after being included in head coach Warren Gatland's 35-man training squad.

Leigh Halfpenny kicks a penalty for the Blues against Irish

Halfpenny is full value as Blues kick on

London Irish 15 Cardiff Blues 22

The Millennium Stadium could host Wales' games

Millennium Stadium could host 2015 World Cup matches

The International Rugby Board have hinted that they may allow Wales to play some of their 2015 World Cup matches at the Millennium Stadium.

Cardiff striker Kenny Miller is looking to the top of the table

Miller in title talk after Cardiff blitz Reading

Cardiff City 3 Reading 1

Speed memorial match planned

Wales have opened talks with Costa Rica with a view to staging a memorial match for their late manager Gary Speed, who died aged 42 last month.

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