A look at English clubs that have changed their logo for the upcoming campaign
A new season brings with it new players, new managers, new teams and new kits. Some clubs have even planned to sport new crests.
On that note let’s take a look at a few of the English teams that have changed their logos for the upcoming 2016/17 campaign.
Manchester City decided to switch to a more classic design after consultations with their fans. The new crest has a few differences from the original. To mark the year of the Blues’ birth, the year ‘1894’ has been added. Another major change was the dropping of the word ‘FC’ and omission of the words ‘Football Club’.
The unveiling of the new logo received mixed reactions from the fans. While some were particularly impressed, others were disappointed with the omission of the word ’FC’ stating that the club had lost a major part of their history.