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Soccer blog respect soccer blog: Football crests with tacos January 8, 2015

Posted by michaeltomlinson in Uncategorized.
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Seriously, someone had the industrious foresight and unique angle on modern style and pop culture to come out with a blog that truly transcends, time, space, and buns. Thy people like their food, and football wrapped in a shell, no matter if you prefer the hard or soft variety. This is what football, and specifically our favorite team’s crests have always needed, but weren’t aware they even wanted. footballcrestswithtacos.tumblr/ has put together an All Star cast of Taco Football Clubs. From the Mighty “Manchester City Football Taco, to the lesser “Yoevil Town Football Taco.” While I am in love with these crests (and some of my favorites are featured at the bottom), I’d say you could have some fun play on words while your at it, just a few suggestions.

Athletaco Madrid, EH EH? EHHHH

Fiorentortilla? ITS LIKE that purple footballing club from Italy, but, but with Tortilla in it! 😉

And, can’t we just call it what it is… Doritos Locos Millwall? Thats a fresh, vibrant, latin spin on a team, that well has literally nothing fresh, or remotely vibrant about their current makeup. I’m talking to you Millwall execs, this guy/gal is on to something and I think my touch of flare to their already fabulous crest is a great beginning to a new chapter of Doritos Locos Millwall, certainly to be all the rage with the kids.

Derby County Football Taco.

Chelsea Football Taco.

Real Sociedad de Táco.

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