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Empire Supporters Club (Red Bulls)

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How bad is it for RBNY that ESC's logo still uses the Metrostars colors? I don't think there's anyone, myself included, who doesn't want the RBNY identity gone.

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How bad is it for RBNY that ESC's logo still uses the Metrostars colors? I don't think there's anyone, myself included, who doesn't want the RBNY identity gone.

NO ONE wants that bulls**t "Red Bull" identity...

When they go back to "MetroStars", i'll be back on board...

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Here is the group I belong to:

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U-Sector:

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Ultras:

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I also belong to the Steel Army SG of the Pittsburgh Riverhounds:

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Incidently, these two logos were designed by our very own CCSLC member Rampart. The 2nd one I had a hand in the design.

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Anybody know what the "CR" stands for?

When they go back to "MetroStars", i'll be back on board...

Not going to happen. Why would any potenetial new owners want to go back to somebody else's corporate name?

I love the basic design of the Sons of Ben logo, but it really needs to be refined.

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Skulls came into fashion right around 1933. :rolleyes:(Seriously, what were they thinking? When you're wearing skulls on your uniform, you're not one of the good guys.)

At least the Franklin one makes sense, and with the hair and glasses it works for me. It's sort of goofy. The Seattle version is trying way too hard to be tuff.

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When they go back to "MetroStars", i'll be back on board...

Not going to happen. Why would any potenetial new owners want to go back to somebody else's corporate name?

Then perhaps use what was to be the original name, Empire SC

I love the basic design of the Sons of Ben logo, but it really needs to be refined.

Couldn't agree more.

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Skulls came into fashion right around 1933. :rolleyes:(Seriously, what were they thinking? When you're wearing skulls on your uniform, you're not one of the good guys.)

At least the Franklin one makes sense, and with the hair and glasses it works for me. It's sort of goofy. The Seattle version is trying way too hard to be tuff.

Can't tell if you're serious or not. I'm referring to how all the t-shirts that kids are wearing these days just have designs that prominently feature skulls, and now these supporter groups have skulls on their logos (though I'll admit I don't know how long they've been around.) I don't get how for a non-pirate themed logo a skull is appropriate. It's kind of like "Skulls mean death, which is what will happen if you cross our paths GRRRRRRRR!".

Never noticed the glasses and hair in the SOB logo. It's kinda cool... but really creepy too if you think about it.

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Never noticed the glasses and hair in the SOB logo. It's kinda cool... but really creepy too if you think about it.

Also, the crack in the skull is that of the Liberty Bell.

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Good lord... never saw that either.

while I admire the creativity of whoever thought of all of that, and think that it's pulled off very well, the fact that it's supposed to be a specific person's skull and not just a generic skull is a little weird.

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