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Cardiff City 13/14 Puma Home Football Shirt

This is the new Cardiff City kit as supplied by Puma, ready for their Premier League campaign in August.

The kit can be seen, modeled by members of Cardiff City's senior, Ladies, DS Active and Futsal teams, led by 'City skipper Mark Hudson and forming part of our all-inclusive ethos at the club.

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The kit can be pre-ordered from Friday May 31st through the official Superstore website, with deliveries set to be processed in July.

The club decided to maximise on the Puma King design and adopt a two-tone red home kit this season, helping them stand out in the Premier League crowd. The two Puma King stripes reflect the fans loyalty to the club, which is appreciated by all.

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Cardiff City 13/14 Puma Home Football Shirt

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Guest
#1 +120 Guest 2013-05-29 19:51
Not a big fan of that at all.
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Limf
#2 +51 Limf 2013-05-29 19:53
Unimaginative. Not a fan of the different colour shorts or the finer detail. Just another template i'm afraid Cardiff.
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#3 +13 Guest 2013-05-29 19:53
Jersey is fine, the shorts though....oh my..... :-x
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#4 +32 Guest 2013-05-29 19:58
Red and black was a much better combination than this,not a happy Cardiff fan
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#5 -5 Guest 2013-05-29 20:00
Should be playing in the welsh league.
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#6 +26 Guest 2013-05-29 20:01
Far too much red... Needed breaking up a bit, and a darker red doesn't really do that.
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#7 +72 Guest 2013-05-29 20:01
:-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x

Thats so goddamn ugly .

AGAINST MODERN FOOTBALL. They should make it blue again
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#8 +19 Guest 2013-05-29 20:05
such a bad kit.
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#9 +19 ctfcrobin 2013-05-29 20:07
The two different shades of red doesn't work at all, if Cardiff are going to have a red home kit then the shorts should be black. I actually quite liked the red/black of last season (although I'm not a Cardiff fan)
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#10 +23 Guest 2013-05-29 20:09
My 4 year old could design a better shirt than that sh1t!
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#11 -4 Guest 2013-05-29 20:13
I'd say its better than last year. But its not much is it! Not worth £40.
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#12 -3 Guest 2013-05-29 20:13
I think the away kit will be a blue shirt and white shorts.
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#13 +10 Guest 2013-05-29 20:14
Will wait for the blue away kit lol
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#14 +11 Guest 2013-05-29 20:19
Why have "two tone" red stripes on the shirt and then have white stripes on the shorts? it doesn't quite match
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#15 +13 Guest 2013-05-29 20:21
So to stand out in the premier league they decided to look like a Liverpool ripoff...and drop their unique red with black shorts...


Stupid.....
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#16 +13 Guest 2013-05-29 20:22
Oh dear.Same template as the Wolves kit but even less imagination with the colour combinations.
Hopefully some day Cardiff will be back in blue for their home kits. :sad:
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#17 +16 Guest 2013-05-29 20:25
Talk about a second rate kit. Horrendous. Looks like something a little kid's league over here in the US would wear.
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#18 0 Guest 2013-05-29 20:26
The darker red does not work with the normal red at all. This could have been a lot nicer if it were only red and white. Liking this template less and less...
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#19 +23 Guest 2013-05-29 20:36
AGAINST MODERN FOOTBALL!
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#20 -4 Guest 2013-05-29 20:50
Quoting David Cooper:
Should be playing in the welsh league.

Yawn yawn yawn that old chestnut :zzz
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#21 +31 Guest 2013-05-29 20:51
This is yet another disgraceful act from VINCENT TAN, we are not f*cking Liverpool FC, we are Cardiff City. BRING BACK THE BLUE!
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#22 +8 Guest 2013-05-29 20:52
It looks worse and worse each time you look at it, Puma should stop being shitt this year, want to see more of the slick stuff they produced last year for their teams
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#23 +20 Guest 2013-05-29 20:55
'The stripes represent the fans loyalty'. No the stripes represent another cheap, average Puma template.
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#24 +27 Guest 2013-05-29 20:55
I'm not a Cardiff fan nor am I Welsh but that kit and everything it stands for is repulsive.
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#25 +1 Guest 2013-05-29 20:56
Hamburg did a similar kit a few years back with two tones of red and white trimmings.
They made it look good.
This not so much.
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#26 +9 Guest 2013-05-29 21:01
It's the wrong colour it should be blue.
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#27 +17 Guest 2013-05-29 21:01
You get promoted to the top flight for the first time in 80 years. You sell your club's soul and your own to get there. You tell yourself it's all worth it.

And then you get that. :lol:
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#28 -4 Guest 2013-05-29 21:03
Cardiff sucks. Swansea all the way. Still, a decent kit all around.
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#29 +29 Guest 2013-05-29 21:05
Vile. "The two Puma King stripes reflect the fans loyalty to the club, which is appreciated by all." That statement has all the lying, gnomic, non-signifying cant of an estate agent. This is the club that flushed a century of tradition down the U-bend by ditching colours & badge overnight, in spite of overwhelming supporter opposition. A devastated club run by capitalist racketeers. Does promotion matter under such circumstances?
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#30 +4 Guest 2013-05-29 21:11
why is it that npower teams have better jerseys???? then when they get promoted they get these jerseys that look like shit.
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#31 -5 Guest 2013-05-29 21:33
Sheeps blood red.

you mugs are going straight down, wanky kit & all
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#32 +5 Guest 2013-05-29 21:36
why o why do other fans say we solt our soul we cant do nothing about it,


this kit is utter garbage hope they ditch is and get a new sponser asap ..



tan out!!!
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#33 -6 Guest 2013-05-29 21:37
even tans get huds wearing his shorts like him :o
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#34 +4 Guest 2013-05-29 21:40
why did they change from blue
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#35 +21 Guest 2013-05-29 21:42
This has to be the worst kit i've seen for next season so far. How can Puma king stripes represent the fan's loyalty to the club? The owners are taking the mickey. Nothing about this kit is remotely Cardiff City, I feel for you Cardiff fans, no one deserves to have this done to their club.
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#36 +3 Guest 2013-05-29 21:43
You're right. It's an absolute rip-off of Hamburg's 08-09 kit. http://www.hamburg-web.de/fotos/red/david-jarolim-trikot.jpg
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#37 +12 Guest 2013-05-29 21:44
All fans should boycott this kit it's a slap in the face to say the two darker shaded of red represent their loyalty... Garbage !

Shite kit all fans should wear any pre Tan blue home shirt to all games this season home and away to make a defiant stand after all your stadium is still [censored]ing blue isn't it!
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#38 -6 Guest 2013-05-29 21:52
how do you stop fans from buying the kit city had this problem lasy year

its out of the fans hands protesting seems to do nothing
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#39 +7 Guest 2013-05-29 22:03
It sounded like there was going to be a massive boycott of the red kit last year but it turned out that they sold more of them than usual AND it sold better than the away one.
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#40 +19 Guest 2013-05-29 22:05
it f**** me off that owners can be allowed to do this and get away with it without fans doing anything about it

he knows from last year that he can get away with it he says red is a lucky colour id liek to see the sales figues of the red kit in malaysia.

TAN OUT agree with Bluebirdss
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#41 0 Guest 2013-05-29 22:13
i think if the top and socks was the colour of the shorts and was a had a collor and whiite shorts and not ten times to big for huds i think it would be a nice kit
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#42 +7 Guest 2013-05-29 22:15
Looks like an old Leyton Orient kit! Cardiff is BLUE not red! Hence the rugby team CARDIFF BLUES!
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#43 -3 Guest 2013-05-29 22:25
sadly lads a asian bastard called tan is turning to into a franchise and the fans can do nothing to stop him unlees i kill him myself anyone got a spare gun handy?
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#44 +7 Guest 2013-05-29 22:35
bye byee my football club it was nice liking football for 26 years
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#45 +7 Guest 2013-05-29 22:42
If there is anythingworse than changing a teams colours it is choosing kits out of the very bottom of the template barrel two years in a row.
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#46 +2 Guest 2013-05-29 22:47
:-x
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#47 +3 Guest 2013-05-29 22:59
Not a bad kit seen much worse! But Cardiff City's home kit should be Blue their traditional colour and red the away one! After all, they are called the bluebirds! Owners messed it up a bit there!
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#48 +8 Guest 2013-05-29 23:01
Dreadful kit, Cardiff = Blue not Red, another club sold out to a foreign owner as a plaything.
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#49 +15 Guest 2013-05-29 23:01
"The two Puma King stripes reflect the fans loyalty to the club, which is appreciated by all."

Which genius came up with this PR bullsh!t?! Hilarious!

:lol:
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#50 +8 Guest 2013-05-29 23:10
as a cardiff fan of over 20 years all i can say this kit is the worst weve had by a huge margin would have hoped for something better but yet again the club let us down and it was £42 for the shirts in the championship bound to b 45£+ lol :-x TAN OUT !
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#51 +14 Guest 2013-05-29 23:26
Quoting Bangs:
:-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x

Thats so goddamn ugly .

AGAINST MODERN FOOTBALL. They should make it blue again

dQuoting Bangs:
:-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x

Thats so goddamn ugly .

AGAINST MODERN FOOTBALL. They should make it blue again


That is a shockingly bad kit... shirt is just terrible!
And have to agree - Cardiff should be BLUE!!!
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#52 +3 Guest 2013-05-29 23:38
all over the clubs message board that theres possibly changes to the kit more likely the shorts surely they shud just bin the whole thing & start again
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#53 +6 Guest 2013-05-29 23:53
I'm no lover of Cardiff but this is just so wrong
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#54 +10 Guest 2013-05-29 23:56
I do feel for Cardiff fans. You wait more than a life time to reach the top tier of English football and after suffering the undignified insult of kit colour change, name change but then finally making it to the top, you get this kit. It will probably cost about 40 quid plus and I think the Cardiff fans deserve more. I am not a big fan of Cardiff, but I am a fan of the culture of football and their fans deserve better. This is a lazy attempt without regard to the club and it's followers. What a great shame. I felt the same last season when Southampton went to an almost all red kit. It is the Premier League - global on every level. I guess the Malay owners just wanted as much red as possible...sad. On the upside, good luck to Malky and the boys, from a Watford fan.
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#55 -6 Guest 2013-05-29 23:59
you could just...you know, get over it 8)
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#56 +4 Guest 2013-05-30 00:01
Terrible :-x If I was a Cardiff fan having waited so long to be in the EPL - and therefore looking forward to proudly donning the kit etc... I'd be spewing. Its truly awful.
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#57 +100 Guest 2013-05-30 00:05
AWFUL. the shorts are a different colour to the top, its a template which im sure many clubs will have, and also its red again, CARDIFF ARE THE BLUE BIRDS. The fans should have never let this happen.
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#58 0 Guest 2013-05-30 00:19
all yellow away kit all blue alternate kit plz god not this horrible kit design
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#59 +11 Guest 2013-05-30 01:01
How can cardiff fans accept the change in their team's colours? Once again a club's traditional dna is changed by "investment", people who have no interest in football whatsoever but the sole aim of moving "the brand forward". Although cardiff fans are pleased with promotion, doesn't it grate just a little that your blue shirts won't be seen in the prem. It all seems a bit hollow to me, what price success? If that corporate shit was done to my club there is no way I would ever bother supporting them again, but best wishes for next season.
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#60 +5 Guest 2013-05-30 01:11
Same template as the new Chesterfield home shirt, 'loyalty stripes' and all. Though they didn't try and feed us that bull, maybe they think the Welsh are more gullible
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#61 +5 Guest 2013-05-30 02:14
I do genuinely feel sorry for Cardiff fans. A red Bluebirds shirt will never look good.
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#62 +4 Guest 2013-05-30 02:24
:-x

"We're Cardiff City - we'll always be blue..."
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#63 +6 Guest 2013-05-30 02:32
true... that's why quiete a few of us are in exile, as we boycott the re-branded club now. Unfortunately, many gloryhunting plastics came in, so it looks like all of us just rolled over to Tan.

People who slagged off Cardiff for ages, cos we werent as good as ManUtd and Liverpool, now follow the club and call us stupid cos we wont accept the re-brand.

There's an online petion, and I would ask all genuie football-fans to support our cause, to re-install our identity and get rid of the red homekit and that horrendous badge.

http://www.gopetition.com/petitions/bluebirds-unite-conserving-ccfcs-identity.html?fb_action_ids=10151641351979617

Thank you for your support
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#64 +5 Guest 2013-05-30 02:52
Devastated! Last season was hard enough to take with the black on it! But this??? I am praying to god its some kind of sick joke and somebody brings back our beloved blue kits and the bluebird. Sadly i have a feeling that for our first campaign in the top flight for 51 years, we really are going to have to put up with the cr*p you've all seen above! Truly the lowest day of Cardiff City FC in history in my honest opinion.
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#65 +7 Guest 2013-05-30 04:11
sold their souls to the Asians they did. Cardiff Orient FC. I hope they get relegated.
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#66 +6 Guest 2013-05-30 04:12
Bring back the Bluebirds!
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#67 +2 Guest 2013-05-30 04:42
Terrible!!!

Wolves were fed that 'loyalty' line also!

At least blue/white, or even black/yellow 'fan stripes' to represent their support?

Up The Boro!

Ben, Chesterfield
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#68 +8 Guest 2013-05-30 05:41
the owner has trashed the clubs tradition
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#69 +5 Guest 2013-05-30 05:51
Cardiff accomplished an amazing feat by winning promotion to the PL for the first time and this is their reward?

Digusting on so many levels

:-x :-x :-x
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#70 +12 Guest 2013-05-30 06:32
" The two Puma King stripes reflect the fans loyalty to the club"

Since when did two pointless little lines on a very basic looking shirt reflect the fans loyalty to a football club?

I honestly do not know where they come up with this shit
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#71 +7 Guest 2013-05-30 06:39
BRING THIS BACK TO BLUE YOU OWNER BASTARD! :-x
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#72 +33 Guest 2013-05-30 06:58
If you were a Cardiff fan, you wouldn't like red at all.
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#73 +2 Guest 2013-05-30 07:55
Amazing, I've seen nothing but contempt for the new red kit, since last year - how are the owners getting away with this?

I can only assume the temptation of top flight football is overcoming the fans' desire to revolt. That must be quite an inner conflict.
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#74 -12 Guest 2013-05-30 08:03
Quit your whining people. Your teams in the Premier League now. Get rid of Tan and you guys are back in the Second Tier. Deal with it. Snaggletoothed fogbreathers..burnt.
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#75 +2 Guest 2013-05-30 08:28
Cardiff fans should just by the away kit. Boycott the home shirt its the only way to get their point across. They complain about the change next thing they are buying red shirts!
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#76 +12 Guest 2013-05-30 09:13
Quoting jimbob:
AWFUL. the shorts are a different colour to the top, its a template which im sure many clubs will have, and also its red again, CARDIFF ARE THE BLUE BIRDS. The fans should have never let this happen.

The fans didn't agree to it,the owners changed it,and promised fans big investment if they turn red,but the investment still haven't taken place..
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#77 +29 Guest 2013-05-30 09:16
Quoting Qandy:
If you were a Cardiff fan, you wouldn't like red at all.

My comment was about the actual shirt,i didn't want to complain how much I hate the red..
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#78 -4 Guest 2013-05-30 09:52
I am from Malaysia and we love the kit here! Go Cardiff Malaysia Red Bird Dragons Franchise Club !! :D
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#79 +10 Guest 2013-05-30 10:15
F*CK OFF BACK TO MALAYSIA TAN YOU RUINED OUR CLUB!!!!!!!!

BLUE is our colour
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#80 +7 Guest 2013-05-30 10:25
Looks like a championship strip to me....
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#81 0 Guest 2013-05-30 10:44
Not keen on the collar, looks too flimsy. The whole shirt looks ill fitting. The darker shorts look like something you would wear on a Sunday Morning when you have left your shorts at home and have to wear last seasons kit. Just doesn't match. Maybe white or black shorts would look better?
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#82 +6 Guest 2013-05-30 11:19
Should be blue, sell outs.
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#83 +3 Guest 2013-05-30 11:23
:sad: This is awful. Where has my club gone? The only good thing about this kit is the crest in up by the shoulder away from bluebirds hearts.
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#84 +54 Guest 2013-05-30 11:24
WHAT A JOKE OF A CLUB SELLING THERE HERITAGE FOR MONEY!!!! :-x
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#85 +2 Guest 2013-05-30 11:29
Cardiff fan here and I have to say its horrible, if the shorts were white ot black it wouldn't look so bad. It reminds of playing sunday league where you're given the shirt then have to provide your own shorts and socks, so there always a little bit different than imagined.
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#86 +6 Guest 2013-05-30 11:50
It will be next season
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#87 0 Guest 2013-05-30 11:54
hearing white shorts instead lol
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#88 -9 Guest 2013-05-30 11:56
Quoting FZZZT:
F*CK OFF BACK TO MALAYSIA TAN YOU RUINED OUR CLUB!!!!!!!!

BLUE is our colour


In yer effin mother's c*nt's time!
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#89 -1 Guest 2013-05-30 11:59
Meh :-?
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#90 +4 Guest 2013-05-30 12:04
This kit is bloody disgusting!
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#91 -6 Guest 2013-05-30 12:12
At first I didn't like it, but now I do like it. It's growing on me now. The main thing for 2013/14 season is survival.
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#92 +2 Guest 2013-05-30 12:31
Vincent Tan must be one sick son of a [censored] !

To stamp on the clubs tradition. [censored] capitalism ! (And no communism isn't a better choice)
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#93 +6 Guest 2013-05-30 12:43
Erm I'm no rocket scientist, but surely Cardiff fans should fight their corner by boycotting the red shirts and wear their old blue shirts?
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#94 -2 Guest 2013-05-30 13:04
Boooooooooooooooriiing! :zzz
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#95 +1 Guest 2013-05-30 13:31
There's an online petion, and I would ask all genuie football-fans to support our cause, to re-install our identity and get rid of the red homekit and that horrendous badge.

http://www.gopetition.com/petitions/bluebirds-unite-conserving-ccfcs-identity.html?fb_action_ids=10151641351979617

Thank you for your support
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#96 +31 Guest 2013-05-30 13:34
Quoting Welshy896:
The fans didn't agree to it,the owners changed it,and promised fans big investment if they turn red,but the investment still haven't taken place..


Changing the colour of a kit isn't going make any difference money wise, basically the owners are morons
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#97 +5 Guest 2013-05-30 14:06
I have to be honest,as a Cardiff fan I was really looking forward to seeing our new kit for the Prem, but this is censored awful. Swansea have a lovely looking shirt, and we look like a pub team, I just hope our results take our minds off the shoddy looking kits.
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#98 +3 Guest 2013-05-30 14:09
Well at least that's 45 quid I won't be spending; this has to be the worst looking kit I've seen in years....the shorts....WHY? They said it looks classy, it looks more like the designer is colour blind or is a Swansea fan, and wanted us to look like s shower of tw#ts!
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#99 +5 Guest 2013-05-30 14:15
Don't really want white shorts, but you have to agree that anything would look better than this piece of sh#te kit
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#100 +26 Guest 2013-05-30 14:18
50 Shades of Red! :lol:
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#101 +1 Guest 2013-05-30 14:30
How can a sports clothing manufacturer get the fit looking so shoddy. When are Puma going to realise that you don't need the sleeve's to come down to your elbows.
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#102 -5 Guest 2013-05-30 14:51
I personally think that RED has brought us more luck than before and RED colour is the symbol of luck and passion ! Puma is making the same design for whole the clubs that sponsored by them. What really awful for me is the sponsor on the chest ! :-)
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#103 +6 Guest 2013-05-30 15:22
Absolutely hideous, I wouldn't wear that in a blackout.
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#104 +3 Guest 2013-05-30 15:25
Quoting Kev:

In yer effin mother's c*nt's time!

My mother died 6 months ago and was a Bluebird fan all her life, and she was disgusted at the rebrand like the rest of us. How dare you say a comment like that towards me you disgraceful excuse of a human being.

Troll
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#105 +2 Guest 2013-05-30 16:03
Cardiff City FC have backtracked on the shorts the kind old fellows down at the Cardiff City Stadium will now give the season ticket holders until 2 pm tomorrow to decide on the new shorts colour which are dark red, matching red, white with red trim amd back with red trim. No blue option.

I must say Mr Tan has played a blinder here in which im sure was set up to make it look like he listens to the fans!

http://www.cardiffcityfc.co.uk/news/article/201314-st-holders-to-select-home-shorts-846066.aspx
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AlbyLad
#106 +27 AlbyLad 2013-05-30 17:04
The fact their slogan is "One City, One Community, One Club!" is bollocks. If you're one community, why did you not listen to the fans' view on the red last season? Nobody wanted it.
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#107 +2 Guest 2013-05-30 17:47
thats a disgusting shirt. Puma have done some nice kits recently (Dortmund) the 2 shades of red looks truly terrible! sort it out and go back to blue cardiff! :-x
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#108 +1 Guest 2013-05-30 18:12
Sold their soul for the Premier League F**K Off Cardiff! :P
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#109 +2 Guest 2013-05-30 19:23
Those shorts just make a average kit worse. Same template collar that nearly every team with puma will have this season. Feel sorry for the Cardiff fans having there colours changed.
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#110 +1 Guest 2013-05-30 19:41
Just had a gander at the link, cheers for that. I must admit the white shorts look handy, but they'll have to go with black as the away will surely feature white shorts. A big sense of relief from me.
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#111 +6 Guest 2013-05-30 19:46
What xenephobic slurs could we throw your way eh? Taco breathing wetback?
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#112 -12 Guest 2013-05-30 19:53
Quoting David Cooper:
Should be playing in the welsh league.

F/O to the welsh league then.....
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#113 +5 Guest 2013-05-30 19:55
Quoting bluebird87:
Cardiff City FC have backtracked on the shorts the kind old fellows down at the Cardiff City Stadium will now give the season ticket holders until 2 pm tomorrow to decide on the new shorts colour which are dark red, matching red, white with red trim amd back with red trim. No blue option.

I must say Mr Tan has played a blinder here in which im sure was set up to make it look like he listens to the fans!

http://www.cardiffcityfc.co.uk/news/article/201314-st-holders-to-select-home-shorts-846066.aspx

What, no blue? F*ck off Vincent Tan you made our club a laughing stock!
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#114 +1 Guest 2013-05-30 19:59
Cardiff season ticket holders will have the chance to vote on a different colour of shorts. Unfortunately the shirt will remain red.
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#115 +6 Guest 2013-05-30 21:00
Nothing about this kit makes sense, it's terrible in every way imaginable. An abomination.
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#116 +8 Guest 2013-05-30 21:06
Vincent ****ing Tan. :lol: Genuinely sorry for Cardiff fans but I have to laugh. What a joke modern football is.
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#117 +6 Guest 2013-05-30 21:08
Well said.
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#118 +5 Guest 2013-05-30 21:10
Yeah, early frontrunner for worst kit of the season and will definitely take some beating.
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#119 +6 Guest 2013-05-30 21:14
"how do you stop fans from buying the kit"

"its out of the fans hands"

I'm confused, are fans forced to buy the shirt at gunpoint or something? :-?
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#120 +5 Guest 2013-05-30 21:17
Yeah, as if fans in Asia are all going to ditch Manchester United and Liverpool because Cardiff now have a red kit too. :D
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#121 0 Guest 2013-05-30 21:28
Growing on you?! I think you're losing your mind pal. Seek help before it's too late!
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#122 0 Guest 2013-05-30 21:32
The guy's an absolute tosspot. He has about 5 different teams if I remember correctly. He knows nothing about football.
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#123 +7 Guest 2013-05-30 21:35
That's no conflict whatosever as far as I'm concerned. I'd rather my club were playing non-league than have some piece of crap like Tan come in and "re-brand" the club in his own image. What an egomaniac.
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#124 +5 Guest 2013-05-30 21:38
It's an absolute insult. It feels like Tan is gleefully crapping all over the club and rubbing the fans' noses in it.
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#125 +1 Guest 2013-05-30 23:14
wow i shocked that the club r keeping the shirt price @£42 still its overpriced by a long way
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#126 -10 Guest 2013-05-31 00:28
I've only posted on this site twice and I never stated what team I support other than my username. I only support one team, LA Galaxy and I only watch one league MLS. I played soccer for 12 years and have been to 91 MLS games in the last 9 years I'm Welsh, Irish and Cherokee so I'm not Mexican, I'm fluent en espa?
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#127 +5 Guest 2013-05-31 00:42
You came on here talking sh#t, I'm Welsh as well, live in America, and know that most of you Californians are arrogant tw#ts who think the sun rises and sets in your bankrupt sh1t hole state and you can keep your no talent Mickey Mouse league Soccer, Id rather watch the Championship than that dross.
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#128 +4 Guest 2013-05-31 01:09
And the use of the word 'parity' how old are you18? Been listening to too much of that c0c7jockey Jim Rome have you? I 've sussed you out pal, you're a nouveau soccer fan who likes to emulate the tough image of hooligans seen in indie movies and read in book with stained spines and curled cornets. You insist you only like all things sceptic, but you're on this site acting like a silly c0nt.
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#129 +4 Guest 2013-05-31 01:23
Fair enough, I confused you with someone else, for which I apologise. I retract the part about you having 5 teams. ;-)
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#130 +5 Guest 2013-05-31 01:51
Maybe we should change our name from the Bluebirds to The Rooney's. Once a blue, always a red isnit?
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#131 +2 Guest 2013-05-31 08:52
Are you Barnsley in disguise?! :-x
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#132 +5 Guest 2013-05-31 10:13
We now just look like a fake Liverpool or a fake Man United and the bluebird is almost invisible now. Sold our soul for the Premier League :sad:
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#133 +2 Guest 2013-05-31 12:33
Looks like an under 11 team where they cannot afford shorts so they try to mix and match. I quite like the top but seeing Cardiff in red is still strange, it's only when they wear the away kit that they look like Cardiff. Wonder if the fans are coming around?
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#134 0 Guest 2013-05-31 14:43
one word


terrible
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Gazhorn
#135 +3 Gazhorn 2013-05-31 15:59
No words. I think I share most of the poor Cardiff fans' criticisms of this kit already.

Absolutely ghastly!!
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#136 +4 Guest 2013-05-31 18:38
Black Shorts Voted. But still it wont look right with black shorts as there is no black on the shirt. So it is still :-x
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#137 +2 Guest 2013-05-31 21:44
V bad
at least they got black shorts now
cmon 4 next yr
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#138 +1 Guest 2013-06-01 01:26
go back wearing Blue Cardiff
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#139 +6 Guest 2013-06-01 01:37
Wrexham fan, no sympathy for them and hope they get relegated.

Their bandwagon fans sucked up this rebrand because they were so desperate for PL action. Anyone can get into the Premiership with the 'Unlimited funds' cheat turned on, colour regardless

Anyone who pays £40 for this t-shirt is a sucker.
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#140 0 Guest 2013-06-01 14:25
Look at the shorts is that Puma two stripes?
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#141 -2 Guest 2013-06-02 13:43
Ah, Cardiff Shitty. Fitting their kits look like crap. Just like how they play. :-x
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#142 0 Guest 2013-06-03 14:58
Wow, you get into the BPL and that's the best you can come up with? Yikes.
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#143 +1 Guest 2013-06-03 19:08
:cry: Oh god. Couldn't ask for a worse kit. Get back to blue ffs.
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#144 +2 Guest 2013-06-04 04:46
:eek: FFS! Where has Cardiff's identity gone? I feel genuinely sorry for their fans because this kit and the re-brand is nothing short of a travesty. I wish the fans could vote with their feet. Cardiff without blue's like QPR without hoops! :sad:
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#145 0 Guest 2013-06-04 08:53
Quoting Nerys likes Emlyn:
I do feel for Cardiff fans. You wait more than a life time to reach the top tier of English football and after suffering the undignified insult of kit colour change, name change but then finally making it to the top, you get this kit. It will probably cost about 40 quid plus and I think the Cardiff fans deserve more. I am not a big fan of Cardiff, but I am a fan of the culture of football and their fans deserve better. This is a lazy attempt without regard to the club and it's followers. What a great shame. I felt the same last season when Southampton went to an almost all red kit. It is the Premier League - global on every level. I guess the Malay owners just wanted as much red as possible...sad. On the upside, good luck to Malky and the boys, from a Watford fan.


Not "Malay"... But Malaysian.. If the owners were 'Malay' this kit would be a lot gaudier.
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#146 0 Guest 2013-06-04 18:27
Horrific
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#147 +1 Guest 2013-06-04 18:49
Embarrasing and shameful.
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#148 +2 Guest 2013-06-04 18:56
If you sell your soul to reach the 'promised land' then this is what you can expect.

Still, at least you got to choose the colour of the shorts - hahaha.
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#149 0 Guest 2013-06-04 19:57
Always thought of Cardiff as a proper club.

Seems to have all changed since you moved ground etc,
the slow death of another football cub and its heritage.
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#150 0 Guest 2013-06-06 01:32
Red's an auspicious colour in Asia.
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#151 0 Guest 2013-06-06 11:42
:-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x mingin :-x :-x :-x :-x :-x
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#152 +1 Guest 2013-06-06 13:05
Its not so auspicious in Cardiff though.
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#153 0 Guest 2013-06-06 13:07
They've got the colour wrong again. HA HA!
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#154 +1 Guest 2013-06-06 13:13
Just signed the Bluebirds Unite petition. I'm not a fan of Cardiff but as a football fan, it's important to fight against the destruction of a club's history and identity.
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#155 0 Guest 2013-06-06 22:00
Sick, and the vomit sort of sick from a club who sold there heritage.
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#156 0 Guest 2013-06-07 07:57
Says it all really. Despite some very vocal opinions against the change the majority of fans aren't bothered. Perhaps it's time for the vocal minority to just get on with it.
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#157 0 Guest 2013-06-07 08:00
so you've not see thousands of fans wearing the red kit at the stadium then? I'd say that was something other than contempt.

They sold more red than blue, if mos fans really hated it then that wouldn't be the case.
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#158 0 Guest 2013-06-07 08:01
Yeah they should have done that last year, I expect the vocal minority did, but the masses have spoken and most fans wanted the red one (at least most bought that one).
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#159 -2 Guest 2013-06-08 11:32
just thought i would mention,Cardiff city held a survey due to the outraged season ticket holders who was furious due to the all red strip,therefore the Malaysian owners give us supporters the opportunity to choose a different colour shorts,they've now held it and the majority o Cardiff fans voted for the all-black shorts so next season Cardiff will be red and black once again :-)
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#160 -2 Guest 2013-06-10 19:55
blue kit is better
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#161 +1 Guest 2013-06-11 19:32
Quoting Welshy896:
The fans didn't agree to it,the owners changed it,and promised fans big investment if they turn red,but the investment still haven't taken place..


Fans shouldn't buy it!!! Simples. Would love the Man City & Everton boards try and change to red.
:D
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#162 0 Guest 2013-06-13 19:58
@Jimmy No need to apologize to that dipsh1t, his attitude alone deserves to be scorned, no matter if he has only posted once.
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#163 +3 Guest 2013-06-14 16:26
listen im a palace fan and I was there when they play at palace and the black shirt was alright but when you watch on the tele Cardiff playing in there blue and yellow away I though it was a joke how them Asian owners came and made the sponsor Malaysia and the change the colours
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#164 0 Guest 2013-06-21 11:26
That girl is seriously fit :P
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#165 0 Guest 2013-06-25 15:58
:D :lol: :-) ;-) 8) :-| :oops: :sad: :cry: :o :-? :-x :eek: :zzz :roll: :sigh:
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#166 0 Guest 2013-06-25 15:59
hi
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#167 0 Guest 2013-06-25 16:00
hi poo
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#168 0 Guest 2013-07-01 10:18
That is unbelievably hideous.

What the hell is going on with the collar? If you didn't want a V-neck, then change the collar completely. Why did they pick that red for those shorts?

There are so many things wrong with this kit...
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IAN DIXSON
#169 0 IAN DIXSON 2014-11-24 12:24
WE'LL ALWAYS BE BLUE,
WE'LL ALWAYS BE BLUE,
WE'RE CARDIFF CITY,
WE'LL ALWAYS BE BLUE
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