Former Bluebirds boss May dies
Former Cardiff manager Eddie May has died at the age of 68, the club have confirmed.
May led the Bluebirds to the Division Three title in 1993 and a famous FA Cup fourth-round win over Manchester City at Ninian Park the following year during a four-year spell at the club. The former defender, who died yesterday, was born in Epping, but spent most of his playing career in Wales with Wrexham and then Swansea. Cardiff chief executive Alan Whiteley told the club's official website: "On behalf of everyone at the club I would like to pass on our sincere condolences to Eddie May's family at this sad time. "We will be honoured this week to collectively show our respects and appreciation to a man who will forever and rightly be remembered as an integral part of modern Cardiff City history. He will be sadly missed by all."