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Discussion in 'West Ham United' started by GreenStreet, Jul 17, 2014.

  1. GreenStreet

    GreenStreet Keep blowing them bubbles

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    Opinions on the new crest? Been confirmed today that this is what we will be using when we move out.

    Though I was all for a design change (removing of the castle) and can understand the marketing/commercial need for a new badge, the font type looks childish and I'm not a fan of having 'United' underneath 'West Ham'. Simple cross hammers is nice but the text ruins it for me but perhaps it will grow in time.

    Thoughts?
     
  2. Tim Taylor

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    Looks deece.
     
  3. Jonny Ninja

    Jonny Ninja witty unpredictable talent and natural game

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    I quite like it. Shame the castles gone but i suppose its not really relevant at the new stadium.
     
  4. Herr Flick

    Herr Flick Registered User

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    it's not bad, similar to our badge back in the 60's , but one thing puzzles me, since I have supported west ham for at least 40 years,the west ham fans have always sung 'east, east, east London! etc. plus west hams old and new ground are in the east end! that's what we are! an east end of London club, so why the feck does it not have the word EAST above the word London ???? FECKIN' BIZARRE!
     
  5. Thomas WBA

    Thomas WBA Boing! Boing!

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    West Ham followed by East London would confuse too many people I suspect.
     

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