Kissing The Badge - What Does It Say?
By Footy Mad - Editor
Updated Friday, 6th April 2012
Whats your thoughts on players kissing the badge on the shirt?
Obviously it's shallow if a player does it wherever he travels in a career, and there are many of those ... then it becomes arse kissing.
As someone put on our NU-Mad message board: "Doesn't bother me in certain situations like. I mean if somebody has been at the club for a month or two and they're kissing a badge im probably going to think 'what a fecking plonker'
"But if Shola kisses his badge as he wheels away in celebration after netting against the Mackems, I'd fully understand and love to see him do it. He loves Newcastle, he's a fan of Newcastle and he's been here his entire career.
"If a player has devoted his life to one club and one club only, then fair enough. I fully understand Messi kissing Barca's badge, for example."
WHAT DO YOU THINK?
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