After the shameless adaptation of numbers by Frankie Valli and Andy Williams, the next most striking aspect is the number of different uniforms and logos, representing the breadth of Tan's business interests.
Whether it is doughnuts, gyms, phones or lottery tickets, he is the man behind many of Malaysia's biggest brands.
David OrnsteinBBC Sport
"The tension between Malky Mackay and Vincent Tan has been simmering for some time. This week it boiled over and there will only be one outcome.
"Mackay's two-and-a-half-year reign as Cardiff manager is drawing to a close - it's not a matter of if but when.
"The man who guided Cardiff to the Premier League will not see out their maiden season in that competition.
"Other staff are known to be keen on following Mackay through the exit door, and more still if Tan takes personal control over the recruitment of his successor.
"The Malaysian businessman is scheduled to arrive in the UK on Friday night ahead of Cardiff's trip to Liverpool the next day.
"If Tan follows his words with actions, it is likely to be Mackay's final game as manager."
The Berjaya Group which he founded and that pulls them all together generates revenue in excess of £5bn.
That sort of wealth ensures entry to a world of private jets and
private popstar performances;
a very different one from the one he was born into.
Delicate family finances meant leaving school and entering the workforce as a bank clerk at 16.
The insurance he sold in the evenings turned into a full-time job, but he only truly became a major figure in Malaysian business when he gambled that the Far East was ready for western fast food.
He secured the McDonalds restaurant franchise in 1980 and followed its success with other American brands such as coffee chain Starbucks and 7-Eleven convenience shops.
His close relationship with prime minister Mahathir Mohamad and the government's failure to hold an open tender raised questions when the state lottery was privatised into his hands in 1985.
But, with lottery revenue providing the backbone of Berjaya Group's finances, Tan stayed ahead of the curve with timely investments in mobile phone companies and social networking websites.
He even retired ahead of the curve, catching many by surprise when he left the running of Berjaya to his son in February 2012.
In the meantime though it enabled manager Malky Mackay to break the Cardiff's transfer record three times last summer, signing
Andreas Cornelius,Stephen Caulker
to prepare the club for its first top-flight campaign in 53 years.
David Kerslake tries to deflect questions about Mackay's future
the activism has not been limited to the stands, with players asking for Tan to be be barred from the dressing room in a dispute over bonus payments earlier this year.
Tan is as unfamiliar to dissent as he is to failure.
apparent determination to remove Mackay,
who has carefully avoided criticising his boss publicly, with the club four points off relegation raises the stakes and reduces still further the chances of a verse of his next birthday song coming from south Wales.
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