Posts Tagged "Cardiff City"

Cardiff City – A Growing Divide Between Fans

By on Jul 25, 2012 in Latest, Politics | 7 comments

Last night a meeting was held in the Roath area of Cardiff with the intention of bringing together those who feel Cardiff City should play in blue and have a bluebird as the main focus of the club badge. The hope was that these like minded people could formulate a plan to make their voices heard in a peaceful manner. What actually took place over the course of the...

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Ripping Up Traditions, The Cardiff City Way

By on Jun 6, 2012 in Latest, Opinion | 22 comments

Considering that they are making a pact with the devil, it is perhaps appropriate that Cardiff City will be playing in red from the start of next season. It was at the end of last month that the club first announced that it was to change its colours in accordance with the request of the clubs new Malaysian investors, who consider red a “luckier” colour...

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Turning From Blue To Red: Cardiff City’s Backfiring Rebranding Exercise

By on May 10, 2012 in Latest, Politics | 3 comments

Update: news reports coming from Wales are indicating that Cardiff City have performed an about turn on the issue of changing the colour of their kit and rebranding the club’s identity. We’ll offer out congratulations to the supporters for making their voices heard, and also to the club itself for listening to those concerns and acting upon them when it...

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Red Mist Descends for The Bluebirds

By on May 8, 2012 in Latest, Politics | 4 comments

Another season ends for Cardiff City in what seems to be the norm, faltering in the play-offs. However, when the change of manager and the summer exodus are taken into account, praise for Malky Mackay’s achievements in his first season cannot be understated. As with most clubs, Cardiff City has an active and vocal fan base online, where one can find insight into the...

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Stick Or Twist? A Dilemma For Some Over The Welsh Cup

By on Mar 14, 2012 in Latest, Welsh Football | 4 comments

One of the quieter success stories of the last twenty years of British football has been the establishment of the Welsh Premier League. The foundation of this league, however, was far from harmonious with eight clubs which felt they were being corralled into leaving the English non-league pyramid ending up in a bitter dispute with the Football Association of Wales....

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