Cardiff City Supporters’ Trust have today called for owner Vincent Tan to allow a fan's representative to be appointed to the club's Directors as uncertainty surrounds the future of manager Malky Mackay.
The Supporters Trust also called on the club for clarity on the decision to replace the club's Head of Recruitment Iain Moody with an unknown 23 year Khazak Alisher Apsalyamov, a move which is understood to have placed considerable tension on relations behind the scenes at the City Stadium.
Following a meeting by the club’s board on Monday Cardiff City Supporter's Trust issued a statement on lack of information they believe is coming from the club.Chair Tim Hartley said: "Despite yesterday's lengthy board meeting supporters are still concerned about the long term future of our manager."
On Friday Cardiff City released their only statement to date on the issue.
They said: "Iain is leaving the club with our thanks for his contribution.
"In the interim period, Alisher Apsalyamov has been appointed as Acting Head of Recruitment, focussing on gathering data on individual players. Ultimate recruitment decisions of course remain the domain of the manager and majority shareholder.