THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

13 May ~ Of course, often one is tempted to be negative about a club's badge. So many are deeply tedious, so deeply, deadly, dessicatingly dull and lacking in any point of interest whatsoever that it is fortunate they are not viewed in the bath as one might slip under the water to drown and live forever in Death. It might be easier to throw your club's initials onto a background of the team's colours, but it is not diverting for the neutral, the thrill-seeker, the art lover. It is as if Andy Warhol never existed. Read more

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