THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

999 26 September ~ Sepahan Isfahan's club crest is more of a public information badge than a historical reference or statement of intent. In this area of Iran in the early 1950s, the police were receiving a significant number of emergency calls that proved not to concern, strictly speaking, emergencies. Examples of calls logged by the emergency call centre in 1952 included: face seen in mirror; cat making new noise; neighbour wearing buttock-emphasising trousers; lost sense of identity while picking pomegranates; folk band setting up nearby. Read more

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