Neil Warnock has left Cardiff City after three years with the club.
The veteran manager was in the final year of his contract in the Welsh capital and has said he would not carry on beyond the end of this season.
The 70-year-old took charge of 144 matches during his tenure at the Cardiff City stadium, including earning a promotion to the Premier League.
He was appointed in October 2016 and after Sunday’s home loss to Bristol City leaves with Cardiff 14th in the Championship.
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