Cardiff City owner says Bluebirds may still be Dragons

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The Malaysian owner of Cardiff City, has spoken publicly for the first time, about how he hopes to turn the club into a force in Asia. Vincent Tan insists, changing the club's colour from blue to red, was what was best for the club.

Vincent Tan, one of the richest men in Malaysia, says he will spend up to £25m on new players - if the club wins promotion to the Premier League.

But speaking to BBC Wales' business correspondent, Nick Servini, in Malaysia, he also refused to rule out changing the club's name to the Cardiff Dragons - but says it hasn't been discussed with the board.

Tan's Asian vision for Cardiff City

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