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EPL Side Cardiff City FC Reaches Deal To Settle Long-Standing Debt With Langston
Published July 25, 2013
BRIGHT FUTURE: WALES ONLINE's Carl Curtis commented Tan and Hammam reached agreement and "suddenly the future looks bright." There are those who "will argue against Sam returning, but he is back as life president and overall the deal paves the way towards a debt-free club." A long-standing debt "has finally been resolved." That is "a reason to celebrate." Tan made promises when he rebranded the club and so far "he is delivering." Tan has helped the club to achieved EPL status, work will start on the stadium expansion in October a brand new training ground facility is on the way and now he has settled a large debt (WALES ONLINE, 7/24).