THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

Tuen 15 August ~ Tuen Mun, a non-threatening family-orientated club from Hong Kong, have chosen a popular children's character for the centre of their badge. Po-Po the Community Dolphin was first featured in a cartoon strip in 1989. The stories failed to catch fire with the Hong Kong public, mainly because Po-Po was presented as a loveable righter of wrongs who was usually pitted against his arch-enemy, Peter Fu, a Compliance Manager. The reason this conceit failed was thought to be because Po-Po never had the opportunity to actually meet Fu, as the playful but morally strict dolphin lived in the ocean while Fu operated from a high-rise in New Kowloon. Read more

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