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Cardiff City Dismisses Reports Claiming Owner Vincent Tan Is Ready To Sell Club

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 07 / 21 / 17

League Championship side Cardiff City "dismissed fresh reports" claiming Owner Vincent Tan is "ready to sell the club" for £30M ($38.9M), according to Paul Abbandonato of WALES ONLINE. The club is "adamant" Tan has no intention of getting rid of Wales' capital city club in the immediate future...

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