Football: Cardiff Malaysian owner won't rule out changing club name
LONDON, England (AFP) - Cardiff City's Malaysian owner Vincent Tan on Thursday admitted he hasn't ruled out changing the newly-promoted Premier League club's name.
Tan oversaw Cardiff's controversial change to a red home kit from their traditional blue last year, as well as the introduction of a new badge prominently featuring a red dragon alongside a bluebird.
In February, the tycoon had to deny reports he may seek to further rebrand the club by renaming them as Cardiff Dragons.
But Tan, speaking at a press conference for his 'Thanks a Million' initiative, which has seen Cardiff donate £1 million (S$1.97m) to local charities, again broached the subject of a name change when asked about Hull's recent rebranding as Hull City Tigers.