Cardiff wait on owners next move
The Cardiff City board face an uncertain period in the wake of the decision not to change the club's colours from blue to red.
The board are holding meetings this weekend after the initial news of the Malaysian owner's intentions brought an outcry from Bluebirds fans, and in the end sense was seen. However, the bigger picture was that the rebrand would have been instrumental in a multi-million pound investment programme, and with that now not happening, there is a sense of uneasiness on the financial front, especially after the failure to make the play-offs. Captain Jason Perry said: "It is certainly a case of rocky times ahead, something we are used to at Cardiff City, by saying they would look at more investment alongside their own, if they decide to invest in the club. "I think when you look at everything the first word that springs to mind is disappointment, in how everything was handled," added Perry. "But the biggest disappointment, it wasn't done in a manner in which the Malaysians sat down with Cardiff City supporters and just asked their opinion. "To be fair to them, they are trying to manage a debt that has been made from the previous owners. I just hope the owners, like the fans, will look at the bigger picture and we can have a different strategy in order to move forward."