THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

20 January ~ Another griffin. Many clubs use a lion or an eagle but some with a classical leaning go for the griffin, which gives them the best of both worlds. Then the clubs that have opted for either a lion or an eagle look on jealously and wonder why they weren't told about fabulous beasts of myth and legend. Of course, griffins aren't taught in schools anymore as they don't fall under Literacy, Numeracy, Science or Good Citizenship. Perugia's griffin, however, is not the type of creature you might describe as Fabulous. Read more

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