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Apejes FC are a very family-friendly club who actively encourage families to attend their games despite the fact that it is more problematic to swear in front of one's children when things aren't going well and also families take longer to settle the fuck down in their seats because they always bring lots of extra things with them to games in bags. Obviously families have to exist but this is only until we find a better solution. 

The Aperjes FC badge features various images of children playing football and also one image of a child (at the bottom of the crest) drawing a homicide crime scene. This last image has always been problematic for the club but they had ordered all their shirts and printed their stationery before this detail was picked up. Nowadays they explain it as an image of paediatric post-trauma therapy and the family-friendly image has not been tarnished. Cameron Carter

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