Earlier this year, after launching a brand-new club crest, Everton faced a backlash from its supporters who were upset that the club removed their Latin phrase and unleashed a new crest without consulting the entire Everton supporter base. Everton made a quick U-turn and said they would only use the new crest for this season, but then opened up the process of finalizing a new crest to the fans.
The club have now unveiled three choices. Voting will begin tomorrow. And one of the three crests will be selected as the new club crest to be used from next season on.
Which of the three do you prefer? Share your feedback in the comments section below.
Here are tonight’s world soccer news headlines:
- Three new Everton crest options revealed — ToffeeWeb
- Brendan Rodgers looks to Luis Suárez after Southampton expose weaknesses — The Guardian
- Laudrup shows Spanish football what they’ve been missing, writes Sid Lowe — ESPN FC
- Joe Kinnear blames ‘grossly over-inflated prices’ and agents fees for lack of Newcastle summer window activity — Metro
- Agonising wait over Sunderland shoulder injury victim Fletcher — Sunderland Echo
- Juan Mata edges closer to transfer exit after being dropped from squad for Chelsea v Fulham matchday squad — Metro
- Ian Holloway believes only now-retired Sir Alex Ferguson has the clout to help force through law changes — Mirror
- We will ban supporters for anti-semitic chants at Tottenham, say West Ham — Telegraph
- Tottenham midfielder Christian Erikesn relieved to have snubbed Manchester City advances — Telegraph
- Nicklas Bendtner can dissuade me from buying new striker in January says Wenger — Metro
- Tottenham legend Jimmy Greaves defends the Spurs fans’ by claiming ‘I’m proud to be called a Yid” — Independent
- Jeff Stelling rebukes Richard Keys over Sky Sports’ criticism — Metro
- Cristiano Ronaldo passes Hugo Sánchez´s record and now ranks fifth top goal scorer in club history — Real Madrid
- Qatar could have World Cup 2022 taken away after political voting influence claim — Mail On Sunday
- FIFA don’t need to move the Qatar World Cup to the winter, we just need to play it at night — Mirror
- How many more must die for Qatar’s World Cup? — The Guardian
- UEFA’s Michel Platini: Qatar 2022 winter World Cup debate still open — Philly.com
- Birmingham midfielder Jesse Lingard scores four on debut against hapless Sheffield Wednesday — Telegraph
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