Cardiff City fans see Red & demand their money back

7 Cardiff City fans have been asking for months via email and phone calls to the club what colour seats their seats will be in the new Ninian Stand, for months the club has refused to tell them, they found out via Director Steve Borley on twitter last week who announced they were red and argued with fellow City fans as he did not see their problem.

These City fans who are all staunch Bluebirds and have been following City for 30 plus years are for the return to the blue,but have put up with the rebrand so far in the hope that owner Vincent Tan might eventually see sense and turn the club back to its traditional colours of blue, which Cardiff City have been for 100 years.

Cardiff City fan Conrad James Pheasant said “We have been asking the club for months to let us know,but to no avail,then we find out via twitter.”

The 7 fans have now all demanded their season ticket money back and have vowed not to return to the ground until City are returned to their right full colour of blue.

At this moment in time, the club have not agreed to a refund.Many more Cardiff City have also said they intend to do the same.

City had 22,500 season ticket holders last season, for next season they have currently sold only 14,000 and with the capacity expected to be around 33,500, the ground will look quite bare. The club said they will be inviting all 900 season ticket holders of the new upper Ninian Stand(5,300 capacity) to have a look around once completed in July.

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