THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

Osaka25 April ~ Medieval Japan was a scary enough place without the Jiving Hacking Lion. This monstrous creature held most of the Kanagawa district in its thrall through its nocturnal practice of slash-and-dance. Mostly it was content with cutting flowers to ribbons out of petty jealousy (people almost never come up to sniff lions) and this is illustrated in the club crest‚ but it did go after people on occasion and it was at these times that daily life became a little more difficult in the region. Read more

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