THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

26 April ~ Here's a refreshingly obtuse logo, that of Muger Cement, winners of the Ethiopian Cup in 1994. Where many clubs in the Ethiopian league opt for ball or tiger motifs, Muger Cement have clearly given a young graphic designer the words "football" and "cement" and let them go mad. And, in a way, isn't the sideways teardrop image actually the shape of a football caught freeze-frame directly after contact? Read more

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