THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

everton1506 June ~ To coincide with the exciting challenge of the post-Moyes era, Everton have drafted a new design for their crest. According to the club, the new image is more "modern and dynamic" than the traditional crest, while also more user-friendly in the digital age. Being a go-ahead type of club, Everton have come to the conclusion this year that Latin is a dead language and, consequently, the motto Nil Satis Nisi Optimum can be dropped as irrelevant and inaccessible. The two laurel wreaths have also been omitted, as too fiddly for the digital age. Read more

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