Manager confirms club could be set for the change back this weekend.
Cardiff City manager Russell Slade has said that there is a very good possibility that the club could return to their more familiar blue kit after a positive meeting between the club’s board and the fans on Thursday night, ITV reports.
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Club owner Vincent Tan angered the club’s fans in 2012 when he lead a rebrand from the club’s traditional blue to red, and has often courted controversy since.
The club’s chief executive Ken Choo has said that the change of colour would be permitted under FA rules, and manager Russell Slade even suggested that the change could come as early as this weekend.
“I think Vincent will give this a great deal of consideration,” added Cardiff chairman Mehmet Dalman.
However, Tim Hartley, chairman of the Cardiff City Supporters’ Trust, said fans had given a clear message to the club who he felt were listening, but added: “I won’t believe anything until I see that team running out in blue.”