A small number of football sides that have interesting edgy labels

This post will consider a couple of football teams that have interesting nicknames given to them back in the day.

Italian soccer is world popular, but a few of the names of the clubs will not be so known. One of the most renowned sides to ever play in Italy through the 90’s was likewise well known as the Rossoneri or Diavolo, the former means the red and blacks, while the latter means The Devil. The first name has relatively clear connotations, which is of course from the colours of their home strip. The fresh AC Milan owner has taken over a team well-known for its historic football teams, but also for its famous soccer strip. The kit, which is like to the football club logo, is comprised of vertical black and red stripes with white shorts. The shirt hasn't transformed too much over the years, in contrast to some other teams, which has helped to make it so recognisable all all over the world. The achievements of the club as one of the best football clubs in Europe has helped to circulate the sales of the shirt to each part of the planet.

A pretty small football team in the top division of the Spanish league has just about the most funny nicknames in world soccer, but it is a name that the group holds close. Los Pepineros, which translates to ‘the cucumbers’ play in one of the suburbs of Madrid. The suburb was its own community a number of years earlier and it was where most of the farmers that worked in the area lived and, of course, they chiefly grew cucumbers. The comical name does not indicate the team itself is any type of joke, as the Leganés owner would verify, the club has made a considerable amount of funds since establishing itself in the lucrative Spanish leading league. The team and the town have come a long way since their cucumber farming days.

Argentina has one of the most famous international teams, which includes possibly the leading player of all time, but the domestic league is much less best known. There is one very competitive derby in the league, but that is not the only appealing thing in the division; one of the teams, which plays in La Plata, is known as ‘The Rat Stabbers’. The unusual name originates from the fact there is a esteemed medical school in the city where they would test on rats in the past. This name must be the oddest there is, but the club is actually just about the most effective and they even have a ground that can hold more people than many premier league teams. The team has won the South American top club competition four times which makes it one of the best teams in Argentina, some thing the Estudiantes de La Plata owner would be remarkably proud of.

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