THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

12 October ~ You have no idea how many club badges in the new world exhibit this kind of non-specifically upbeat image. A football lobbed on top of an urgent, swirling graphic denoting speed of movement and the high probability of pre-match girly dancing. Most top Australian clubs' names include a suffix that appears to be aimed at engaging the interest of a sulking infant: Brisbane Roar, Newcastle Utd Jets, Perth Glory, Melbourne Victory – you get the general idea. While many European clubs choose as their mascots cuddly, anthropomorphised animals, Australian clubs tend to employ plain-clothes academics with motivational leanings. Read more

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Comment by edd1e93 2011-02-06 08:32:07

Shite badge, shite team, shite area

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