Freelance journalist Jim Keoghan has written a book on the rise of fan ownership in the football which may interest supporters of the Bluebirds.
Have you ever thought you could run your club better than those in charge?
Punk Football: the rise of fan ownership in English football tells the inside story of supporters who have done just that.
The 288-page book, which is published by Pitch Publishing Ltd, looks at how supporter activism emerged in the 1980s and how it matured into the modern-day supporter trust movement.
It also looks at several clubs that have gone through a financial crisis and adopted the supporter-ownership model.
The book can be purchased through www.amazon.co.uk/Punk-