Cardiff City FC confirm rebranding with new red shirts

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Cardiff City FC have confirmed they will change their shirts from blue to red with a new dragon crest as part of "major and significant" investment.

The move follows fresh discussions between between club directors and Malaysian investors Tan Sri Vincent Tan and Dato Chan Tien Ghee, known as TG.

Chief executive Alan Whiteley said it was designed to help the club - known as the Bluebirds - expand its appeal.

When the rebranding was leaked in May it led to an impassioned debate.

Ashleigh Crowter reports.

Cardiff confirm red shirt change

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