THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

chelm2 January ~ Chelmsford's club crest dwells on the legend of the Long Distance Running Bears. In the forests that thrived where Chelmsford now stands, there lived two brown bears named Porphyra and Alex. Neither had very good prospects. The best either could hope for was to hang around with other brown bears, eating roots and talking trash. Then one day, having chased down and eaten a courting couple, they found that the endorphins released by their brains in the process made them feel good. Read more

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