THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

The Phnom Penh Crown crest pays tribute to an armoured wild dog that once lived in the Cambodian capital city. Most armoured wild dogs in the region were solitary creatures that only appeared at night, partly to avoid predators and partly to avoid chatty people. But one of their number was more socially active and could be found day or night wherever there was music. A local historian records: "Marvellous to see is the famed Cambodian wild armoured dog who can be found in diverse taverns and dance halls, moving energetically hither and thither and really owning the place. Read more

Related articles

Badge of the week ~ Buxton United SC, Guyana
Buxton United were founded by three blues musicians who chose for their new club an image that appeared in many of their songs. "Trainspotter" Jim...
Badge of the week ~ Helmond Sport, Netherlands
Helmond Sport’s badge serves as a kind of Rorschach Test for all those who come upon it for the first time. Helmond is an area of the...
Badge of the week ~ Horizon Sport de Patho, New Caledonia
When the fish brings the glove. That’s what they say in New Caledonia when they can’t be specific about a time or date. For example: &...