THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

5 May ~ Vörös Lobogó was one of the names that MTK Budapest were required to adopt during the 1950s. What badge-fanciers will recognise immediately about this specimen is the vivacity and mobility of the piece. One is put in mind of Turner's Rain, Steam and Speed, such is the dramatic flurry of movement here. Clearly, Vörös Lobogó's message concerned the care needed when pulling one's blinds at eventide. Too tentative a touch and the blind won't budge, leaving neighbours with the option to ogle you as they pass. Read more

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