Leeds United have unveiled a new club badge to celebrate their upcoming centenary in 2019 - much to the dismay of some fans.
The iconic striped, blue, yellow and white shield synonymous with the Champions league semi-finalists of 2001, has been replaced by a fan holding his fist on his chest. The Yorkshire Rose is absent.
Many are baffled by the simplistic and uninspiring design and a petition asking for the badges instant removal has already been signed by 3,000 fans of the Yorkshire club.
Team crests frequently undergo a nip and tuck, however, with West Ham, Manchester City and Juventus being three of the most recent examples.
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