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Apologies for the anonymous nature of this message, which will be my one and only post on this subject. Please be assured that the information contained herein is genuine and now this is out in the open, direct questions need to be asked of our club.

Now that the curtain has come down on Cardiff's season, there is some very important news that everyone needs to be made aware of. In recent weeks, deals have been agreed with Cardiff's largest creditors, which paves the way for the Malaysians to take full control of the club during the summer. Bankrolled by Vincent Tan, manager Malky Mackay will be provided with a war chest to take Cardiff to the Premier League, stadium expansion plans will go ahead and a multi-million pound training facility will be built. All this may sound like everything we have been waiting for, but there is one bitter pill to swallow. Cardiff City is about to be completely re-branded in a manner whuch goes against a century of our history.

Cardiff City will play in red next season. The dragon will become the major emblem on the club badge and the stadium will literally turn red. This change has been ordered by Vincent Tan and a red home kit and blue away kit have already been agreed for next season. The club intend to announce these changes over the next few days.

The investment into Cardiff City by the Malaysians over the last two years has been very welcome and almost certainly saved us from going into administration. It now seems that they are ready to take the next step and assume full control, but intend riding roughshod over our identity and changing our football club into something none of us will recognise or be able to identify with.

Cardiff City have played in blue since 1908. We won the FA Cup and competed in the top flight in those colours, we are the Bluebirds. A huge part of our identity, history and tradition are bound up in the colours, badge and nickname of the club.

The Malysians MUST NOT be allowed to proceed with these plans and destroy decades of history and tradition. There may be some fans that say so what, it doesn't matter what colour we play in as long as the club is progressing. Well if that is the case, just why do they want to change our identity? It smacks of a lack of knowledge of what a football club consists of and begs the question of what other changes are planned?

What's next? A change of name? Will we become the Cardiff Dragons? Hasn't the example of the local rugby club changing its colours, badge, nickname and ground yet losing its identity and much of its fanbase taught us anything?

These plans have pressed ahead without any consultation. Mr Tan, we are glad to have you involved with our foootball club, but not at the expense of our history. Sam Hammam aired similar ideas but ultimately listened when the club's support objected en masse.

Steve Borley, as a man we can trust on the current board of directors, we need you to publically condemn these plans. Malky Mackay, you have united the fans behind you this season and as man who knows of the importance of tradition at football clubs, we need you to speak out and impress upon our investors that these plans need to be nipped in the bud before it's too late. To the local press, the new Labour led Cardiff Council and our local MP's and AM's, we need you to use whatever influence you can wield to ensure that the traditions of the City's football club are upheld.

Now is the time for the various supporters groups, rival messageboards and Cardiff fans from all walks of life to unite and ask the football club to come clean about their plans. They need to understand in no uncertain terms that we will not support a re-branded Cardiff City, no matter what the consequences may be. I would rather support my team playing in League Two rather than a team I no longer recognise as my own. Cardiff City play in blue, we are the Bluebirds.
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F***ing hell.

I did not expect that.
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OMG!!!!
Re: Cardiff City to be rebranded[message #3159138 is a reply to message #3159120] Mon, 07 May 2012 18:52 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Blue Since 1908 wrote on Mon, 07 May 2012 18:49
Apologies for the anonymous nature of this message, which will be my one and only post on this subject. Please be assured that the information contained herein is genuine and now this is out in the open, direct questions need to be asked of our club.

Now that the curtain has come down on Cardiff's season, there is some very important news that everyone needs to be made aware of. In recent weeks, deals have been agreed with Cardiff's largest creditors, which paves the way for the Malaysians to take full control of the club during the summer. Bankrolled by Vincent Tan, manager Malky Mackay will be provided with a war chest to take Cardiff to the Premier League, stadium expansion plans will go ahead and a multi-million pound training facility will be built. All this may sound like everything we have been waiting for, but there is one bitter pill to swallow. Cardiff City is about to be completely re-branded in a manner whuch goes against a century of our history.

Cardiff City will play in red next season. The dragon will become the major emblem on the club badge and the stadium will literally turn red. This change has been ordered by Vincent Tan and a red home kit and blue away kit have already been agreed for next season. The club intend to announce these changes over the next few days.

The investment into Cardiff City by the Malaysians over the last two years has been very welcome and almost certainly saved us from going into administration. It now seems that they are ready to take the next step and assume full control, but intend riding roughshod over our identity and changing our football club into something none of us will recognise or be able to identify with.

Cardiff City have played in blue since 1908. We won the FA Cup and competed in the top flight in those colours, we are the Bluebirds. A huge part of our identity, history and tradition are bound up in the colours, badge and nickname of the club.

The Malysians MUST NOT be allowed to proceed with these plans and destroy decades of history and tradition. There may be some fans that say so what, it doesn't matter what colour we play in as long as the club is progressing. Well if that is the case, just why do they want to change our identity? It smacks of a lack of knowledge of what a football club consists of and begs the question of what other changes are planned?

What's next? A change of name? Will we become the Cardiff Dragons? Hasn't the example of the local rugby club changing its colours, badge, nickname and ground yet losing its identity and much of its fanbase taught us anything?

These plans have pressed ahead without any consultation. Mr Tan, we are glad to have you involved with our foootball club, but not at the expense of our history. Sam Hammam aired similar ideas but ultimately listened when the club's support objected en masse.

Steve Borley, as a man we can trust on the current board of directors, we need you to publically condemn these plans. Malky Mackay, you have united the fans behind you this season and as man who knows of the importance of tradition at football clubs, we need you to speak out and impress upon our investors that these plans need to be nipped in the bud before it's too late. To the local press, the new Labour led Cardiff Council and our local MP's and AM's, we need you to use whatever influence you can wield to ensure that the traditions of the City's football club are upheld.

Now is the time for the various supporters groups, rival messageboards and Cardiff fans from all walks of life to unite and ask the football club to come clean about their plans. They need to understand in no uncertain terms that we will not support a re-branded Cardiff City, no matter what the consequences may be. I would rather support my team playing in League Two rather than a team I no longer recognise as my own. Cardiff City play in blue, we are the Bluebirds.

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Ayatollah Ayatollah Ayatollah Ayatollah Ayatollah Ayatollah Ayatollah Ayatollah Ayatollah Ayatollah

RED ARMY, RED ARMY, RED ARMY
Re: Cardiff City to be rebranded[message #3159148 is a reply to message #3159120] Mon, 07 May 2012 18:54 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Blue Since 1908 wrote on Mon, 07 May 2012 18:49
Apologies for the anonymous nature of this message, which will be my one and only post on this subject. Please be assured that the information contained herein is genuine and now this is out in the open, direct questions need to be asked of our club.

Now that the curtain has come down on Cardiff's season, there is some very important news that everyone needs to be made aware of. In recent weeks, deals have been agreed with Cardiff's largest creditors, which paves the way for the Malaysians to take full control of the club during the summer. Bankrolled by Vincent Tan, manager Malky Mackay will be provided with a war chest to take Cardiff to the Premier League, stadium expansion plans will go ahead and a multi-million pound training facility will be built. All this may sound like everything we have been waiting for, but there is one bitter pill to swallow. Cardiff City is about to be completely re-branded in a manner whuch goes against a century of our history.

Cardiff City will play in red next season. The dragon will become the major emblem on the club badge and the stadium will literally turn red. This change has been ordered by Vincent Tan and a red home kit and blue away kit have already been agreed for next season. The club intend to announce these changes over the next few days.

The investment into Cardiff City by the Malaysians over the last two years has been very welcome and almost certainly saved us from going into administration. It now seems that they are ready to take the next step and assume full control, but intend riding roughshod over our identity and changing our football club into something none of us will recognise or be able to identify with.

Cardiff City have played in blue since 1908. We won the FA Cup and competed in the top flight in those colours, we are the Bluebirds. A huge part of our identity, history and tradition are bound up in the colours, badge and nickname of the club.

The Malysians MUST NOT be allowed to proceed with these plans and destroy decades of history and tradition. There may be some fans that say so what, it doesn't matter what colour we play in as long as the club is progressing. Well if that is the case, just why do they want to change our identity? It smacks of a lack of knowledge of what a football club consists of and begs the question of what other changes are planned?

What's next? A change of name? Will we become the Cardiff Dragons? Hasn't the example of the local rugby club changing its colours, badge, nickname and ground yet losing its identity and much of its fanbase taught us anything?

These plans have pressed ahead without any consultation. Mr Tan, we are glad to have you involved with our foootball club, but not at the expense of our history. Sam Hammam aired similar ideas but ultimately listened when the club's support objected en masse.

Steve Borley, as a man we can trust on the current board of directors, we need you to publically condemn these plans. Malky Mackay, you have united the fans behind you this season and as man who knows of the importance of tradition at football clubs, we need you to speak out and impress upon our investors that these plans need to be nipped in the bud before it's too late. To the local press, the new Labour led Cardiff Council and our local MP's and AM's, we need you to use whatever influence you can wield to ensure that the traditions of the City's football club are upheld.

Now is the time for the various supporters groups, rival messageboards and Cardiff fans from all walks of life to unite and ask the football club to come clean about their plans. They need to understand in no uncertain terms that we will not support a re-branded Cardiff City, no matter what the consequences may be. I would rather support my team playing in League Two rather than a team I no longer recognise as my own. Cardiff City play in blue, we are the Bluebirds.


Who are you? Such an important post why don't you give your name?
Re: Cardiff City to be rebranded[message #3159149 is a reply to message #3159138] Mon, 07 May 2012 18:54 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Llanedeyrnblue wrote on Mon, 07 May 2012 18:52
Baker Sherlock


Gareth Bale NFQAT.
Re: Cardiff City to be rebranded[message #3159150 is a reply to message #3159120] Mon, 07 May 2012 18:54 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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i dont csre if er play in ****ing pink if we get big investment
and get to the promised land hehe
Re: Cardiff City to be rebranded[message #3159151 is a reply to message #3159148] Mon, 07 May 2012 18:54 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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**** that, total bollucks imo.
Re: Cardiff City to be rebranded[message #3159154 is a reply to message #3159146] Mon, 07 May 2012 18:54 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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BobBankMac - 22Shots wrote on Mon, 07 May 2012 18:53
Ayatollah Ayatollah Ayatollah Ayatollah Ayatollah Ayatollah Ayatollah Ayatollah Ayatollah Ayatollah

RED ARMY, RED ARMY, RED ARMY


Redbiiirrrrrrds
Re: Cardiff City to be rebranded[message #3159163 is a reply to message #3159146] Mon, 07 May 2012 18:55 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Everyone will laugh this off.

Hes right about everything.

Edit: Forgot my hide smile hide

[Updated on: Mon, 07 May 2012 18:57]

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Does that means you are now the "redbirds?"
Re: Cardiff City to be rebranded[message #3159166 is a reply to message #3159154] Mon, 07 May 2012 18:55 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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What would be the benefit of turning us red?
Re: Cardiff City to be rebranded[message #3159167 is a reply to message #3159120] Mon, 07 May 2012 18:55 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Red army!
Re: Cardiff City to be rebranded[message #3159168 is a reply to message #3159120] Mon, 07 May 2012 18:55 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Could anybody who has heard about the rumour confirm if this is anything near to what they heard?
Re: Cardiff City to be rebranded[message #3159169 is a reply to message #3159154] Mon, 07 May 2012 18:56 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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i like red i like playing on my bike
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simonp_ccfc wrote on Mon, 07 May 2012 18:56
i like red i like playing on my bike

leader Ayatollah
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BUT what shade of red??
Re: Cardiff City to be rebranded[message #3159174 is a reply to message #3159120] Mon, 07 May 2012 18:56 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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I see the malaysians tactics. All the worlds most successful clubs play in red, and we will be one of them! coat
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Llanedeyrnblue wrote on Mon, 07 May 2012 18:54
BobBankMac - 22Shots wrote on Mon, 07 May 2012 18:53
Ayatollah Ayatollah Ayatollah Ayatollah Ayatollah Ayatollah Ayatollah Ayatollah Ayatollah Ayatollah

RED ARMY, RED ARMY, RED ARMY


Redbiiirrrrrrds


Reddragonsss
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Blue Since 1908 wrote on Mon, 07 May 2012 18:49
Apologies for the anonymous nature of this message, which will be my one and only post on this subject. Please be assured that the information contained herein is genuine and now this is out in the open, direct questions need to be asked of our club.

Now that the curtain has come down on Cardiff's season, there is some very important news that everyone needs to be made aware of. In recent weeks, deals have been agreed with Cardiff's largest creditors, which paves the way for the Malaysians to take full control of the club during the summer. Bankrolled by Vincent Tan, manager Malky Mackay will be provided with a war chest to take Cardiff to the Premier League, stadium expansion plans will go ahead and a multi-million pound training facility will be built. All this may sound like everything we have been waiting for, but there is one bitter pill to swallow. Cardiff City is about to be completely re-branded in a manner whuch goes against a century of our history.

Cardiff City will play in red next season. The dragon will become the major emblem on the club badge and the stadium will literally turn red. This change has been ordered by Vincent Tan and a red home kit and blue away kit have already been agreed for next season. The club intend to announce these changes over the next few days.

The investment into Cardiff City by the Malaysians over the last two years has been very welcome and almost certainly saved us from going into administration. It now seems that they are ready to take the next step and assume full control, but intend riding roughshod over our identity and changing our football club into something none of us will recognise or be able to identify with.

Cardiff City have played in blue since 1908. We won the FA Cup and competed in the top flight in those colours, we are the Bluebirds. A huge part of our identity, history and tradition are bound up in the colours, badge and nickname of the club.

The Malysians MUST NOT be allowed to proceed with these plans and destroy decades of history and tradition. There may be some fans that say so what, it doesn't matter what colour we play in as long as the club is progressing. Well if that is the case, just why do they want to change our identity? It smacks of a lack of knowledge of what a football club consists of and begs the question of what other changes are planned?

What's next? A change of name? Will we become the Cardiff Dragons? Hasn't the example of the local rugby club changing its colours, badge, nickname and ground yet losing its identity and much of its fanbase taught us anything?

These plans have pressed ahead without any consultation. Mr Tan, we are glad to have you involved with our foootball club, but not at the expense of our history. Sam Hammam aired similar ideas but ultimately listened when the club's support objected en masse.

Steve Borley, as a man we can trust on the current board of directors, we need you to publically condemn these plans. Malky Mackay, you have united the fans behind you this season and as man who knows of the importance of tradition at football clubs, we need you to speak out and impress upon our investors that these plans need to be nipped in the bud before it's too late. To the local press, the new Labour led Cardiff Council and our local MP's and AM's, we need you to use whatever influence you can wield to ensure that the traditions of the City's football club are upheld.

Now is the time for the various supporters groups, rival messageboards and Cardiff fans from all walks of life to unite and ask the football club to come clean about their plans. They need to understand in no uncertain terms that we will not support a re-branded Cardiff City, no matter what the consequences may be. I would rather support my team playing in League Two rather than a team I no longer recognise as my own. Cardiff City play in blue, we are the Bluebirds.




Fish Fish Fish Fish Fish Fish Fish Fish Fish Fish Fish Fish Fish Fish Fish Fish Fish Fish Fish Fish Fish Fish Fish Fish Fish Fish Fish Fish Fish Fish Fish Fish Fish Fish Fish Fish Fish Fish Fish Fish


Yeah right. shrug
Re: Cardiff City to be rebranded[message #3159182 is a reply to message #3159167] Mon, 07 May 2012 18:57 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Well Mike Morris posted about a "red herring" and someone else linked to a site containing "better than red than dead" as the title in the thread about possible news... who knows?!
Re: Cardiff City to be rebranded[message #3159185 is a reply to message #3159134] Mon, 07 May 2012 18:57 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Re: Cardiff City to be rebranded[message #3159186 is a reply to message #3159176] Mon, 07 May 2012 18:57 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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listen, for i vill say this only vunce
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Oh god.

THE CARDIFF CITY DRAGONS FC.
Re: Cardiff City to be rebranded[message #3159190 is a reply to message #3159120] Mon, 07 May 2012 18:58 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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'Cardiff City will play in red next season. The dragon will become the major emblem on the club badge and the stadium will literally turn red. This change has been ordered by Vincent Tan and a red home kit and blue away kit have already been agreed for next season. The club intend to announce these changes over the next few days.'

Heard this a few weeks ago but not to this extent. I was told that you would play in red at home next year - this came via your kit suppliers. Wasn't told about the dragon bit or seats - suspect that is a litle OTT. Swansea brought out their welsh red kit earlier than expected due to the fact you were coming out in red as well.

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please god this is someone's idea of a joke ?
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Martin John wrote on Mon, 07 May 2012 18:56
I see the malaysians tactics. All the worlds most successful clubs play in red, and we will be one of them! coat



We'll regret the day we sold Martin John when he blasts in the winner against us in the World Club Championship finals as the Cardiff Dragons
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Cozoni Wam wrote on Mon, 07 May 2012 18:57
listen, for i vill say this only vunce

hehe
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Well it ticks a lot of boxes and it clearly isn't baker as there's a degree of intellect behind the post

Here's hoping
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moose malloy wrote on Mon, 07 May 2012 18:53
bollox


Not so. It's 100% true.
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I've never felt more like singing the reds,
Than when Cardiff beat the Swansea inbreds
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Bigbluebird wrote on Mon, 07 May 2012 18:56
BUT what shade of red??


The shade of red on Allardyce's face when he loses the Play-Off Final thumbup
Re: Cardiff City to be rebranded[message #3159204 is a reply to message #3159193] Mon, 07 May 2012 19:00 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Ali on introducing us as we walk out of the tunnel: "Please welcome Cardiff City - The Draagggooonnnsss".

No doesn't work. We will be in blue next season and every other season. Call me leader from now on.
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lewj wrote on Mon, 07 May 2012 18:55
Could anybody who has heard about the rumour confirm if this is anything near to what they heard?

Yes weeks ago- your kit suppliers were dragged back in to see if it could be reversed
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BobBankMac - 22Shots wrote on Mon, 07 May 2012 18:58
Martin John wrote on Mon, 07 May 2012 18:56
I see the malaysians tactics. All the worlds most successful clubs play in red, and we will be one of them! coat



We'll regret the day we sold Martin John when he blasts in the winner against us in the World Club Championship finals as the Cardiff Dragons

Martin John will return as the new face of the Cardiff Dragons. Ayatollah
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Can't be true Carl has not said anything
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