THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

4 March ~ I suppose this was considered very modern at the time. I suppose it is a very clever thing to have a badge with just shapes on it when you know everyone wants to see a tiger with a sword and a castle. The light arched shape across the top is symmetrical enough but just as we begin to relax and think we can show this design to mother, we come upon the violent shard of glass that is the lower light shape. And why place the year of the club's founding on the level when you can just as easily make it lean at a 45-degree angle and disorientate the common herd? Read more

Comments (1)
Comment by nbcee 2011-03-13 19:59:41

The author used his imagination about that screaming and fainting part, but generally it was fun to read. Thx from Kecskemét.

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