So the club is already walking back the awfulness that was the ludicrous new badge.
Suffice to say, the new badge in its current form isn't going to see the light of day. Kinnear: "The learning from today has been, based on where we've ended up, the consultation process hasn't gone deep enough."— Phil Hay (@PhilHayYEP) January 24, 2018
Hopefully, Radrizzani got the memo about this being incredibly unpopular. I’m all for having fans redesign the badge, as they’ve come up with better designs that whatever it is that the club came out with yesterday.
What a day.
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We have a contest to see if anyone can come up with a better badge than the club. [Through It All Together]
The team might miss out on the playoffs, but that’s because the players have gone mental and gotten red cards, not because of Christiansen or Orta. [Through It All Together]
Even an MP got involved in the badge fiasco. [Through It All Together]
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Phil Neville avoids charges over past tweets because why not. [Sky Sports.com]
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