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Chan Tien Ghee

Chan Tien Ghee
Nationality  Malaysia
Occupation Businessman, Fmr Chairman of Cardiff City
Children Nicholas Chan

Dato Chan Tien Ghee, more commonly known as TG, is a Malaysian businessman, who was the chairman of Cardiff City Football Club from May 2010 to March 2013.[1]

Cardiff City

Chan Tien Ghee became chairman on 27 May 2010. His aim was to get Cardiff into the Premier League and stated that Dave Jones would carry on being manager, whilst also hiring Gethin Jenkins from Newport Gwent Dragons to become Chief Executive of the club.[2] However, Cardiff failed to get promoted at the end of his first season as chairman. He resigned the position as chairman in March 2013, to pursue other business opportunities.[1]

Personal Life

Tien Ghee is the father of the Malaysian footballer that is currently playing for Kelantan FA, Nicholas Chan.[3]


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  • Dato' Chan Tien Ghee appointed to City board
Business positions
Preceded by
Peter Ridsdale
Cardiff City F.C. chairman
Succeeded by

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