THE HALF DECENT FOOTBALL MAGAZINE

4 August ~ After the horror of last week's "fun" badge from Canada, we spread our net further – to the fabled land of China, in fact – to find a badge with real cojones (cojones is a Spanish word meaning "someone who knows only one word of a language and uses it constantly"). This is a brilliant badge. Not only do we have a tiger but it is a big tiger with its own agenda, sprawling outside the confines of the badge perimeter, looking for trouble. Read more

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