CARDIFF City Football Club manager left his mark when he and some of the players visited Sully-based children’s hospice on Wednesday, May 8.

Mr Warnock was joined by players Sean Morrison, Joe Ralls, and Sol Bamba during the visit when they spent some time with the children, families and staff.

The hospice is marking its 20th anniversary this year.

A Ty Hafan spokeswoman said: “They’ve all visited before, but they’ve always loved their visits and keep coming back.

“Neil wanted to leave his mark this time and added his hand print to the famous Tŷ Hafan hand print wall too along with the likes of Prince Charles, Leigh Halfpenny and Joe Calzaghe.”

Mr Warnock said: “It’s a wonderful place.

“I’ve had a great time here.

“Staff are wonderful and everybody else has made us welcome so happy 20th anniversary and long may it continue.”

Tŷ Hafan CEO, Rob Jones said: “It was such a treat to welcome Neil Warnock and the some of the Bluebirds to the hospice.

“They put smiles on everyone’s faces and spent some quality time getting to know the children, families and hospice staff throughout the afternoon.

“The players didn’t hold back getting stuck into playtime with the children either, and these special interactions will be treasured forever.

“Tŷ Hafan is all about creating lasting memories, and thanks to the special memorabilia the team gave to the children and Neil’s hand print on our VIP wall, their visit will always be remembered.”