Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan is preparing to meet with fans next week.
The supporters' club and trust will meet with Tan before next Saturday's home game with Sunderland and encourage him to put the good of the club first.
"I think most fans were expecting the dreaded announcement today or tomorrow that Malky would be relieved of his duties so it is surprising. I think the strength of feeling, shown at the game, also comments by other managers across Britain, had some sort of influence as well," trust chairman Phil Nifield told Press Association Sport .
"We have got a meeting with Vincent Tan which was arranged before the e-mail debacle came public and that will take place on Saturday.
"We are hoping that will lead to a much better dialogue with the fans. We strongly believe he needs to rebuild a relationship with the fans and one way of doing that would be to announce that from next season we will be returning to play in blue.
"I think he has a lot to do to get the fans back on his side. We were delighted with his financial support, but this issue with Malky... Malky has done a fantastic job and has the support of the fans and we need to pull together."
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