THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

18 November ~ It is one thing to allow your dog to sleep in your bed at night but quite another to employ that image as a club crest. Here we see some kind of bulky labrador enjoying a rest, wrapped up tight in a white duvet with red trim. It's a warming scene of cosy domesticity but that is not normally what is wanted from a club badge. One would hardly expect competitive young footballers to endure images of elderly ladies in armchairs on their shirts or a small child waving through the window at the postman, so why would a dog in a duvet be acceptable as an image of strength in unity? It beggars belief. Read more

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