THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

9 June ~ When designing a badge for a new team, the main thing is to try not to duplicate a design that is already being used. If you have a centaur with a handbell in mind, then you simply trawl through your FA's handbook to check that no other team is already represented by that image. Even if a team is using such a thing, maybe their centaur isn't balancing on a coronet, attacking a hawk. In any case, there are many ways to ensure your design is seen to be original. Read more

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