Not content with changing the kit from blue to red, the owner replaced Cardiff's badge, side-lining the traditional Bluebird for a red dragon as the centrepiece of the club's crest. Tan then sacked Malky Mackay's trusted Head of Recruitment, Iain Moody, only to replace him with a twenty-three year old Uzbekistani who had been on work experience. He then sacked popular Cardiff manager Mackay himself.
As if that wasn't enough, after seeing his Cardiff side surrender a two-goal lead in the final seven minutes of the game, Vincent Tan appeared to boo the Cardiff side off the field (although, to be fair, Tan could have been simply booing the fans, who were making pro-Mackay chants and had pro-Malky banners in evidence throughout the game).
Saturday evening's Premier League tie seemed extremely promising for the hosts, who shot into a two-goal lead in a confident first hour of action. The lead was courtesy of an early Jordon Mutch strike, before former Sunderland man Fraizer Campbell doubled their advantage. Late goals from Sunderland's Steven Fletcher and Jack Colback, however, denied Cardiff all three points.
See the Vine below for video footage of Tan seeming to boo: