THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

25 January ~ The badge of Al-Mabarrah (it somehow seems more appropriate to use this syntax with a Middle Eastern subject, rather than "Al-Mabarrah's badge" – deeply ingrained) depicts an ancient dance tent, on the site of which the new football club was originally built. In the football dance tent, people who had travelled for many days would try to firstly find the Knower of All Football among the heaving throng and secondly, ask him their question by shouting it into his ear and having the Knower of All Football shout his response in theirs while busting out some moves. Many increased their knowledge of football miraculously in this way, but there was also a significant number who came away more confused than before, owing to the level of noise in the tent. Read more

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