Tim Hartley, chairman of Cardiff City Supporters' Trust said Vincent Tan's offer of reverting the team colours to blue was welcome, but said it should be done now rather than on the proviso of returning to the Premier League.
It is good to hear that Mr Tan is committed to Cardiff City and that he recognises that there is a need to build bridges with supporters.
His offer of a return to blue if Cardiff City return to the Premier League is welcome, but there is no reason why he cannot do that now.
It took Leicester 10 years to return to the Premier League and most fans would prefer an immediate return to our traditional playing colours. It would be in the club and Mr Tan's interest to do so.
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