THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

21 November ~ Howl reader Thom Moyles has requested an interpretation of the Slavo Trebisov crest, as it appears to hold a profound but elusive meaning. Many years ago, in the fields surrounding the Slovakian town of Trebisov, there were fields of golden corn. The soil was rich and the land was one of plenty. Great was God's bounty in these burnished plains, if that's not pushing it a bit. The people were well fed and happy with their lot. Until one day a wise man, who had travelled through many lands, came to the town. Read more

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