Discussion in 'The Hornets' Nest - Watford Chat' started by TheDon, Nov 21, 2018.
The people saying they like L taking the piss right?
TBF, having a scant knowledge of 70's mass production industrial embroidery techniques I'm certain that's how the noble Hart became the loveable Moose...
Imagine if O wins.
I quite like L.
Is this 100% legit? We are seriously changing our crest? It's not a wind up by Duxbury and Gino...
I feel really left out as I haven't seen any of them ☹. Could do with a laugh though, but if there are issues sharing the mail could someone recreate them all in crayon and post them here in the next 20 minutes? Is that too much to ask? Hmm?
Very disappointing bunch.
I think Q is the only one that's vaguely acceptable.
Really surprised at the few on here expressing their support for J - its body is all squashed, it looks like it's just been stamped on.
I'm also surprised that none of BarneyBarn's ones from earlier in this thread appear to have reached the shortlist.
E could have had some potential if the stinger bit was striped, and maybe if the circle had some kind of football pattern on it.
I also maybe could have been better if the unnecessary big 'W' had been removed from the middle and the hornet had been made a bit larger and shifted down a bit.
The new badge design is only of any concern to kids. If you’re over 18 you shouldn’t be spending money on an over priced polyester top.
I agree. Best to limit purchases to the official curtains, bed spread, lampshade and pyjamas.
It's clear now that the Hart has to stay & also continue to act as the main focal point of any new badge.
Otherwise you are swapping out something of real historical/cultural significance of the town the club represents & simply boiling it down to a characterisation of the nickname. Ultimately cheap & unwarranted thinking.
Just make some modern/subtle adjustments to the current badge. Update the font, make the hart more majestic & stick 18 81 either side. Done.
Lineker's on the case...
"Absurd decision by Watford FC to sack the moose after only 41 years in charge. No doubt they will replace him with a less effective insect!"