THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

17 February ~ An interesting one, this one. Dan Brown could probably make a bestselling book out of the symbolism here. Of course, Dan Brown could probably make a bestselling book out of a few badly chosen words and a packet of cress. This crest's designers have gone for enigma verging on absurdism. Central to the image is a football brandishing a flashlight in a cave of red sandstone. Little does the football know that, just out of its torch's range, lurks a trustafarian buried up to his or her head in sand, while the tide gradually, remorselessly seeps ever closer. Read more

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