THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

24 May ~ It's not immediately obvious, is it. Why a football club would choose to identify itself – its core being, its "it-ness", if you will – through an X-ray image of a chap in plus-fours on a pogo stick. It appears that, at the time of the club's formation, a period of crisis had overtaken the country. An oil shortage forced the governing English to ban motorised vehicles and promote the private use of the pogo stick for all internal travel. Read more

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