Dicksie’s Badge verdict

Julian Dicks doesn’t do soundbites on behalf of anyone!


His reputation is a bit too up front to get involved in that stuff and whenever I’ve interviewed him he has never failed to give me something controversial or ‘shocking.’

Thus his view on the proposed new badge is interesting and speaking to www.whufc.com he declared:”When you hear West Ham are changing the badge, you think ‘hang on a minute.

“But for me, I do like the badge, it’s plain and it’s still got the crossed hammers in there.

“It’s quite plain but you’ve still got the crossed hammers and you’ve got the inscription of the Thames Ironworks. I think it’s a nice badge. It’s clean and simple, just like me!

“Of course the crossed hammers are important to me. That’s what West Ham are all about, it’s the crossed hammers and they’ve still got them on the badge, which is good.

“As long as it’s got West Ham on there, that’s all that matters really!”



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Hugh Southon is a lifelong Iron and the founding editor of ClaretandHugh. He is a national newspaper journalist of many years experience and was Bobby Moore's 'ghost' writer during the great man's lifetime. He describes ClaretandHugh as "the Hammers daily newspaper!" Follow on Twitter @hughsouthon

3 comments on “Dicksie’s Badge verdict

  1. I admired Dicksy as a player but his opinion holds no sway for me – I prefer the existing design and my opinion is just as valid as his!

  2. Dicksie went on the payroll recently and given his inability to hold down any football role in recent years he is unlikely to do anything except support his paymasters.

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