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My Kind of Club: The Inside Story of Neil Warnock’s Cardiff City



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My Kind of Club: The Inside Story of Neil Warnock’s Cardiff City is the behindthe-scenes tale of a managerial throwback and his final shot at the big time.

When Neil Warnock took charge of Cardiff City in October 2016, they were a
rabble – a fragmented club who lay in the Championship’s relegation zone,
without direction, unity or identity. Warnock, meanwhile, was pondering
retirement amid difficult personal circumstances and following some high-profile
Premier League failures. But together, Cardiff and Warnock proved the perfect
match and embarked upon the journey of a lifetime: to promotion, to the Premier
League – and back again. It was all masterminded by Warnock, an avuncular and
endearing management veteran who harnessed a unique understanding with
the Cardiff supporters and built an incredibly close-knit, loyal and determined
Bluebirds squad.

This book, written by the reporter who witnessed it all first-hand, takes you inside
the Warnock regime: to the heart of the transfers, the trials and the tragedy of
a truly unique period in Cardiff City history. It features exclusive interviews with
players, pundits, fans and journalists – as well as the man himself, Warnock who
has fully endorsed the book and written the foreword. A must-read for all Cardiff
fans and those who have followed the career of a dugout icon; Neil Warnock.

About the Author:
Dominic Booth is an experienced football journalist and former Cardiff City
correspondent for WalesOnline. He followed the Bluebirds the length and
breadth of the country during Neil Warnock’s time in charge and built a
strong rapport with the manager. He now covers Manchester United at the
Manchester Evening News.