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New Logo Had Nothing To Do With Cardiff City Owner - KFA

Last update: 05/01/2014
ALOR SETAR, Jan 5 (Bernama) -- The Kedah Football Association's (KFA) new logo that was decided at the association's congress on Dec 18, has nothing to do with Cardiff City owner and Malaysian business tycoon Tan Sri Vincent Tan, said KFA honorary secretary Aminuddin Omar.

Aminuddin said the decision to change the colour of the new logo from the traditional green and yellow to red was done after receiving the consent from the Yang Dipertuan Agong, Tuanku Abdul Halim Mu'adzam Shah who is also the Sultan of Kedah.

He also denied claims that the colour of the logo was changed to red after Vincent Tan had contributed RM2 million to the association for the preparation of the team for the M-League.

"We did not change the logo or colour according to our own taste or fancy but it was part of a transformation that KFA will be undergoing for the development of football in the state," he said after attending a programme on Radio Malaysia Kedah FM, Kompleks Radio Televisyen Malaysia (RTM), here Sunday.

Aminuddin said since receiving the contribution (RM2 million) from Vincent Tan on Aug 15, he had never interfered in the administration of KFA.....


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