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Tan considering Cardiff colour change

Cardiff owner Vincent Tan says he will consider changing the club's colours back from red to blue - if they can win promotion back to the Premier League.

The Malaysian businessman was behind the controversial decision to dispense with tradition and change the Bluebirds' home kit to red, but appears now to be prepared to at least think about reverting back.

I would like to focus on getting back to the Premier League and after we are there I will definitely agree to sit down and find a solution - maybe we can have a compromise.

I am not a quitter. I will stay until we get ourselves up and then we will see whether we can work out this colour change and compromise. If we can, maybe I will stay for a long time.

Let us get back to the Premier League first and after we are there I assure fans, the Supporters' Trust and all of them, that I will sit down with them and we will find a solution that I hope will be satisfactory for all

– Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan

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Three-match ban for Cala

Juan Cala was dismissed at Sunderland. Credit: PA

Cardiff defender Juan Cala has been banned for three matches by the Football Association after being found guilty of misconduct.

The Spaniard was sent off in the Bluebirds' 4-0 defeat at Sunderland last month for denying Connor Wickham a goalscoring opportunity, but this punishment related to his conduct as he left the field and made his way to the players' tunnel.

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Cardiff and Mackay reach settlement

Malky Mackay has settled. Credit: PA

Former Cardiff manager Malky Mackay has dropped his legal claim against the club after reaching a settlement on his sacking.

The terms of the agreement are being kept closely guarded but it is understood Mackay was seeking substantial compensation for his dismissal, which came in December after a difference of opinion with owner Vincent Tan about the direction of the club.

More: Solskjaer - Blame me

Solskjaer: Blame me for failure

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says the buck stops with him following Cardiff's relegation from the Barclays Premier League.

"I am the manager. I will take the blame.

I didn't make the impact on the results I hoped for. I came in hoping to make a difference and we could move up the table, but it didn't happen.

We haven't performed very well to stay up, and that's the reality. We have not been good enough.

We have got to give the fans a good last game, and then we will look towards next season.

– Cardiff manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
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