THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

21 October 2009 ~ How do these countries get away with it? Not needing a U after the Q? It must add months to each individual's life, while also relieving the Q-anxiety suffered by Scrabble players when they pick the letter late on in the game. Anyway, Qormi play in the Maltese Premier League and have a club crest that, in terms of composition at least, flies in the face of badge convention. The swooping curves, alternating colours and patterns plunge one into a netherworld where anything is possible. The peach section even overlaps with the section bearing the club name to create a deliberate just-got-out-of-bed look. Perhaps Malta is a country where everyone turns up to work at about ten, eats chocolate before lunch and there are no SAT tests for seven-year-olds. Read more

 

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