THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

The TASC crest represents the summoning to arms, the clarion call to muster all one's inner strength to enter the fray. Traditionally in Botswana, when the Boy with the Horn comes out from the veld he blows his horn, generally, because there's no real point emerging from dense grassland with a horn unless you're going to blow it. When the Boy with the Horn blows his horn, the sound is carried on the warm southern breeze and brings people running from all parts of Botswana, as this is the Horn of Confidence, known for its healing powers for low self-esteem. Read more

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