THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

3 February ~ This design, as a club crest, would be acceptable, possibly, as a first draft – a first draft created as a doodle on the back of an envelope while waiting for your badge designer colleague who has been delayed in traffic – but it surely cannot be acceptable as the finished product. The club's name scrawled in a hurry over a rudimentarily drawn football is not a design, it's a note-to-self. There is a lot of this wishy-washy kind of half-baked rubbish being passed off as customer-ready these days it seems. Read more

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