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Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan has given a no holds barred warning to fans - support me or I'm off. Speaking as he received an honorary doctorate from the University of South Wales today he also laid out his vision for the future.
He said he's just days away from an agreement to make the club debt free. That he hopes to develop two feeder clubs in Croatia and Bosnia, as well as float the Bluebirds on the Malaysian stock market. He also revealed that he would be willing to sell the club if the right offer came along.
Nick Hartley reports.
Vincent Tan praised Craig Bellamy and manager Malky Mackay as he received an honorary degree from the University of South Wales. He said he plans to be in Cardiff for a while, unless he gets "chased off" by the fans.
The owner of Cardiff City Football Club will be awarded an honorary degree from the University of South Wales today.
Vincent Tan is a Malaysian businessman who entered the Forbes billionaire list in 2010 with an estimated worth of $1.3billion. He's promised to spend £25million on players to keep Cardiff in the Premier League and has said he's committed to the club 'for the long haul'.