The chairman of Cardiff City Football Club has announced that the team will continue to play in blue next season after all.
It comes after outcry from supporters over plans by the club's owners to introduce a red shirt for players, and to scrap the club's bluebird logo.
Acknowledging "vociferous opposition", Dato' Chan Tien Ghee said the club's management team would "reassess" the planned investment package, and warned "this may include looking for new and additional partners and investors".
This was not meant as a slight in any way shape or form on the club's traditions or history which we recognise are the lifeblood of any club.
It was intended as a positive change to allow us to adapt and embrace the future.
Notwithstanding a number of rumours there were no further plans to turn the stadium red or make other radical changes.
The club announces a revised kit and logo, along with 'ambitious' plans for a new training facility, as part of a 'major' investment.
Cardiff City say that talks between Dato Chan Tian Ghee and the club's board have ended.
The owners of Cardiff City meet to discuss the future of the club on Tuesday.