THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

13 January ~ Las Palmas are a Spanish team that do not go in for simplicity of image. There are no fewer than five crests-within-a-crest here, in the lower section, as well as the central image of two black dogs hanging around by a castle and a lion who has clearly left the iron on. If this club were on Facebook it would have 200 friends, a constant stream of uploaded party photos showing it being embraced by several beautiful people at once and a regular status notice of "Las Palmas saw the Manic Street Preachers last night in a guerrilla gig at the Pelican & Chainsaw, with a surprise guest appearance by Richey Edwards! How cool is that?!" Read more

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