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Webber: Red Bull show success doesn’t come overnight

Mark Webber has hit out at owners in the top flight of English football and suggested they would do well to follow the example set by his former Red Bull Racing team.Cardiff City are amongst the teams to have dismissed their manager in recent weeks after a highly public fall out between team boss Malky Mackay and owner Vincent Tan.Writing in a blog on the Sportlobster website, the Australian said the situation at Cardiff was one was a further example of an approach that is 'damaging for the fans but [also] for the sport as a whole', pointing out that football club owners would do well to look at the approach of Red Bull when it comes to gaining success.“It's easy to assume that a racing...
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