Vincent Tan, the rich, mustachioed goober and sartorial terrorist who owns Cardiff City, is a curious man with curious ideas. Remember when he insisted on turning the Bluebirds red, calling them the Dragons, and trying to sign players who had eights in their birthdates? He may have been harangued into reversing those…
May you never have to be defended by Harry Redknapp.
Vincent Tan, Malaysian billionaire and owner of Cardiff City, is the worst owner in sports. He is also a pretty hilarious looking dude. With that in mind, we decided to take a journey with the man through his decidedly up-and-down 2013.
Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan is earning his reputation as the soccer world's Jerry Jones. After sacking manager Malky Mackay for airing "dirty linen" earlier this week, the Malaysian billionaire joined an angry crowd of Welshmen in booing his own team after a late Sunderland goal led to a 2-2 draw today.
Did Jose Mourinho do something awesome and kind of crazy recently? Of course he did.
Holy shit. Holy shit!
Prior to its elevation to the Premier League this season, Cardiff City had not played in England's top division since 1962. On Sunday, Cardiff made its home debut with a 3-2 upset victory over 2012 champions and 2013 runners up, Manchester City.
There are better quality videos of English referee Sian Massey getting taken down yesterday. But they don't come with the built-in commentary.