Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Look how they'' evolved'' emblems Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool, Chelsea

Look how they'' evolved'' emblems Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool, Chelsea

 Many say that England is the cradle of football, and most of the oldest football clubs comes from the island country

During their long tradition and rich history of the individual clubs are often known to change their trademarks ie logos by which are now recognized around the world.

For example, in all three versions Arsenal emblems located gun by whome the London club and has been nicknamed "The Gunners".

Another London club Chelsea after World War II completely changed his emblem. At the start of icon is Blue was retired to the village of Chelsea to 1952nd year, members of the club decided that lion become a trademark.

The popular Liverpool Bird has always been a symbol of the Reds, and even today is on the emblem of the club from Anfield Road. Early 90s trademark Liverpool assumed current appearance when the emblem loaded "Eternal Flame Hillsbrougha" and the text "You'll never walk alone."

It is interesting that the Manchester United one time had the same emblem as well as the city rivals City, a unique emblem club from Old Trafford got the early 60s, the "devil" in which the multiple champion of England and gained the nickname Red Devils was added in the early '80s.

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