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Sunday, 29 November 2015

Cardiff's Red Dragons rise again

From: Reporter's Notebook

The Red Dragons of Cardiff City have risen from the flames they were consigned to. In what can only be described as a double-U-turn, the football club’s owners backtracked on their decision not to rebrand the club and have announced that as of next season, the team will play in red shirts bearing a new badge featuring a red dragon.

Football fans were sick as parrots when the Bluebirds’ owners proposed to change the club’s colours and its nickname in a bid to attract more supporters from Asia last month. But despite all the negative feedback last time around, the rebrand is going ahead.

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