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CONGRATULATIONS FK SARAJEVO!

31 May 2015

Tan Sri Vincent Tan's League Winners to feature in ECL qualifiers

following their Bosnia & Herzegovina Premier League triumph this weekend.FK SarajevoAll of us here at Cardiff City Football Club would like to congratulate Tan Sri Vincent Tan and our friends at

 

CLICKING HERE to visit the official Bluebirds YouTube Channel!You can watch a congratulatory montage of FK Sarajevo’s title-winning celebrations, by

 

(CLICK HERE TO VIEW)Sarajevo secured the title courtesy of a 3-1 victory over FK Sloboda Tuzla on Saturday evening, finishing top of the division with 66 points accumulated from their 30 league fixtures – a season that began with a friendly fixture against our U21/DVP side in the Bosnia & Herzegovina capital last summer

 

The success marks Tan Sri Vincent Tan's second major league title, following on from the Bluebirds' 2013 nPower Championship triumph that itself built on the achievements and international attention that our display at the 2012 League Cup Final garnered.



Tan Sri Vincent Tan celebrating Cardiff City's 2013 promotion to the BPL and 2012 League Cup Final appearance at Wembley



 

as they continue preparations to compete in USA’s Major League Soccer.LA City FC last month – themselves an established European competitor with trophy-winning ambitions. Cardiff City Football Club would like to wish our new Belgian counterparts good luck ahead of the 2015/16 season – and likewise to KV KortrijkIndeed, Tan Sri Vincent became owner of Belgian Pro League side,

 

CLICKING HERE his aspirations for the Bluebirds to reclaim their BPL status remain as strong and fervent as ever. You can see that interview in its entirety by Cardiff City Player,And of course, as Tan Sri Vincent stated in his recent exclusive interview with



 

Congratulations to all at FKS – we’ll be backing you come the ECL qualifiers later in the summer!FK Sarajevo’s success – their second league triumph and first since 2007 – will see them enter the UEFA Champions League at the second qualifying round, with progression to the group stages of European’s Football’s elite club competition a very realistic possibility.



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