Reda Salim (Dubai)
Morocco’s Raja Casablanca and Egypt’s Al Ahly defeated former European clubs in voting for the 10 most beautiful club slogans in the world, in a public referendum held by British newspaper The Sun, which revealed the decline of slogans. Big international clubs in backward positions.
The British newspaper published the referendum on the social network ‘Twitter’ through its account, and the results revealed that Raja Casablanca’s slogan tops the list with 3.5 million votes, followed by Al-Ahly with 3 million and the third the Brazilian Fluminense. , with 169.2 thousand votes.
Spanish and European champions Real Madrid dropped to fourth place with just 134,200 people liking their logo, while Turkey’s Fenerbahce was fifth with 76,400 votes and Liverpool sixth with 75,900 votes. Barcelona’s logo came in seventh with 74,900 votes, in a surprise deal, Colo Colo of Chile is in eighth place with 66,800 votes, while CSKA Moscow of Russia is ninth with 42,900 votes, followed by Besiktas from Turkey with 34,400 votes.
In recent years, a large number of international clubs have changed their logos, some making minor changes such as colors and dates, while others have resorted to radical changes imposed by certain conditions or club-specific decisions, especially after the transfer. -Germain. for new property in 2013.
Fulham changed their logo to mark their promotion to the Premier League in 2001, and Aston Villa changed their logo after being relegated to the Premier League after 28 seasons in the Premier League, a sort of optimism for a comeback, and Everton changed their logo. . in the 2013-2014 season.
Source: Al Ittihad
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