THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

20 October ~ This is another case of a perfectly serviceable club crest being changed, not inexpensively, for a new, soullessly abstracted version. The earlier crest depicts a falcon or kestrel (where is Bill Oddie when you want him?) alighting with deadly suddenness on a stray football – an image full of movement, tension and drama, as the prey is bungeed up into the heavens like a squealing rabbit. Read more

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