THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

AOayia15027 March ~ There was a cultural scramble in Cyprus to obtain the rights to the Singing Crocodile image, with Ayia Napa being the first football team to secure approval. The Singing Crocodile is the subject of a popular folk tale that involves an orphan, a golden flute and a poor old couple. The story goes that a kindly old couple were so poor that they had to give away their only son to a rich merchant in the hope that the merchant would give him the upbringing and education they could not afford. Read more

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