Cardiff's Malaysian owners take away from Warnock's Pro-Brexit rant after he said: 'To hell with the rest of the world'.
- Cardiff has moved to distance himself from comments from the boss
- Neil Warnock launched a pro-Brexit-rant after a 0-0 draw with Huddersfield
- The 70-year-old ended diatribe by saying: "To hell with the rest of the world".
- The club has been owned by the Malaysian businessman Vincent Tan since 2010
Press club Sportstaf
Cardiff and their Malaysian owners have withdrawn the pro-Brexit comments from manager Neil Warnock after the Saturday Premier League game against Huddersfield by saying his views do not represent those of the club.
Warnock launched an attack on the government's failure to fulfill the referendum result for 2016, saying he could not wait to be from Europe and added his farewell: & # 39; To hell with the rest of the world & # 39 ;.
Cardiff has issued a club statement on Monday with the following words: & # 39; Comments from our manager after Saturday's game are representative of his personal political stance.
Cardiff City has tried to distance itself from pro-Brexit comments from Neil Warnock
The Malaysian businessman Vincent Tan has been the owner of the Welsh outfit since 2010
& # 39; These comments do not reflect the political position of Cardiff City Football Club nor the board of directors. Cardiff City FC will not comment on this. & # 39;
After their 0-0 draw with Huddersfield on the weekend, Warnock voiced his opinion at his press conference after being asked if it would be harder for Premier League clubs to draw players from abroad when they visit the European Union this year. leave.
I think that once the country knows what they are doing, it will be simple (to create signing sessions), & # 39; he said.
& # 39; Each transfer window is difficult for me, not just this one.
I do not know why politicians do not do what the country wants, if I am honest.
Warnock feels that politicians & # 39; try to keep their foot in the door & # 39; and has questioned the referendum
& # 39; They had a referendum and now we see different politicians and everyone else trying to put their foot in it. Why did we have a referendum on the first bloody place?
I can not wait to get out, if I'm honest. I think we'll be much better out of the damn thing.
& # 39; In all respects. Also in football, absolutely. To hell with the rest of the world. & # 39;
Warnock's struggles to add to his squadron during this window are well documented, with the former Crystal Palace manager who publicly attacked Nathaniel Clyne and Liverpool after he felt the couple waived a promise for the full back to go to To move South Wales.
Cardiff is owned by the Malaysian businessman Vincent Tan and has players from Africa, Asia, continental Europe and North America.
Warnock was furious about the move from Nathaniel Clyne to Bournemouth after Cardiff was disapproved